After the revolution, all the intellectual, artistic, and spiritual activities of men would be cared for by such "free associations"; romantic novelists would be supported by those who liked to read romantic novels, and impressionist
painters would be supported by those who liked to look at impressionist
pictures--and the same with preachers and scientists, editors and actors and musicians.
To look at his pictures you would have thought that Monet, Manet, and the rest of the Impressionists
had never been.
Some were great impressionists
. They impressed upon you the fear of God and Immensity - or, in other words, the fear of being drowned with every circumstance of terrific grandeur.
He was envious of everyone else's success, and had a peculiar, personal loathing of the impressionists; for he looked upon his own failure as due to the mad fashion which had attracted the public, sale bete, to their works.
Caillebotte's collection had lately been placed on view, and the student for the first time had the opportunity to examine at his ease the works of the impressionists. Till then it had been possible to see them only at Durand-Ruel's shop in the Rue Lafitte (and the dealer, unlike his fellows in England, who adopt towards the painter an attitude of superiority, was always pleased to show the shabbiest student whatever he wanted to see), or at his private house, to which it was not difficult to get a card of admission on Tuesdays, and where you might see pictures of world-wide reputation.
CRUISE NEWS GO WITH FLOW Impressionist
Paris Fancy enjoying the Rhine in Flames celebrations, sailing on a luxury ship along the Danube, or perhaps taking an Impressionist-themed cruise on the Seine?
AN "undisputed" masterpiece by French Impressionist
Claude Monet has smashed world records by selling for nearly PS86m.
An iconic painting from Impressionist
artist Claude Monet's "Haystacks" series has been sold for a record price at auction in New York.
Famous French impressionist
Claude Monet's 'Luncheon on the Grass' ("Le dejeuner sur l'herbe") will take center stage in the exhibition, and the priceless painting was unpacked in Taipei on Nov.
In the first episode, our guest impressionist
, Luke Kempner, is more Biggins than Biggins himself.
The painting's recovery was hailed as a "precious work that represents French impressionist
heritage" by France's Culture Minister, FranAs.oise Nyssen.
exhibit is one of two in the larger program called 'Century of Light,' which, said Eugene Tan, NGS director, 'demonstrate the range of painting styles and art movements that developed in Europe during this post-Enlightenment period of innovation and change.'