Tuesday, September 07, 2010

‘Woman with a Parasol’ – aka ‘Madame Monet and Her Son,’ by Claude Monet

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The subject appears to be Claude Monet’s wife and sun.  The real subject is wind, and movement—expressed in colour and texture.

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Blogger Harold said...

You mean 'son'? Anyway, nice picture.

9/08/2010 12:46:00 am  
Blogger Dave Mann said...

No, its 'sun'.... you can see that the sun is clearly just up there behind that cloud on the left hehehehe

Yes, nice light and movement, I agree, but the wife looks like a bit of a shrew doesn't she? I can imagine her saying "Oh Claude, what are you doing down there, you silly man?"

9/08/2010 08:03:00 am  

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