Description of the artwork «Claude Monet painting in his garden in Argenteuil»
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Traveling in France with the Impressionists (Part I): around Paris
Nowadays, we would call these places "posh": Impressionist artists were constantly taking walks through the most picturesque places of France. We'll follow them: and while the artists' luggage contains canvases, brushes and paints, we'll bring some paintings, photos, fascinating stories and even recipes. Let's go!
Claude Monet: a dandy, a lion and a poor man
We can hardly find Claude Monet in his photos, pictures and self portraits dressed in a blouse, something like a shapeless robe which served for an artist as work clothes and with a duster for cleaning of brushes. Monet's friends painted his portraits more often than their associates, for instance, Monet in the open air, Monet and his family, Monet reading a book, and even Monet with a broken…