Tuesday, 7 September 2010

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


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



Blogger Harold said...

You mean 'son'? Anyway, nice picture.

8 Sep 2010, 00:46:00  
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?"

8 Sep 2010, 08:03:00  

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