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Claude Monet
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 Monet
1840−1926
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Last year, there were no exorbitant amounts at the auctions like  "Savior of the World" by Leonardo da Vinci, sold for $ 450.3 million in 2017. But in the top 10 most expensive works sold by auction, there are new world records for major artists. The total amount paid for the top ten lots of the outgoing year is about 915 million 157 thousand 400 dollars. It's impressive, isn't it?
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This winter Denmark's NY Carlsberg Glyptotek offers the unique opportunity to step into the world of Odilon Redon (1840-1916), a multitalented French artist who was a pastellist, draughtsman, painter and lithographer. Being the first major presentation of Redon in Denmark, “Odilon Redon. Into the Dream” introduces the French artist’s artwork in all its aspects.
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Claude Monet. Breakfast on the grass (the surviving fragments)
Breakfast on the grass (the surviving fragments)
Claude Monet
1866,
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Claude Monet. Effet de neige à Giverny
Effet de neige à Giverny
Claude Monet
1893, 65.4×92.7 cm
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Claude Monet. L’Escalier à Vétheuil
Claude Monet. Le bassin aux nymphéas
Natalya Izmaylova
, 17 January 06:54 AM 0
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Очень интересная и чрезвычайно разнообразная (и по времени и по стилю - да практически по всем параметрам подборка)! К ней надо возвращаться еще не раз!
Vlad Maslov
, 17 January 10:26 AM 0
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это подборка для публикаций, которые я пишу в "артхиве"
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The major exhibition  "Claude Monet" was opened on September 21, 2018 in Albertina Museum, Vienna. Monet's artworks on display illuminate a chronology: the revolution from Realism to Impressionism and onward to a mode of painting in which colors and light gradually separate from the subjects that reflect them, with the motif breaking free from mere observation of nature. These works of Monet…
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