Now for my impression of Monet... discovering the art of a perfect cruise down the Seine



Staring up at the soaring towers of Rouen cathedral through tall windows thrown open to give a clear view, I was awed by the challenge before me.
On the very spot where Claude Monet spent months working on more than 30 paintings of the same scene, I was nervously poising my paintbrush trying to create my own impression of the Gothic facade he painted at different times of the day as the seasons changed in the 1890s.
The father of Impressionism was more focused on capturing the light falling on the cathedral than on the edifice itself, and the project gave him nightmares.
But by day, he had... read more

 
27 November 2017 in Travel, Views: 85
Source: Daily Mail
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