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Fondation Beyeler – Monet 10

Another from Monet’s poplar series. I don’t know why he was so attracted to these trees; I’ve only known them as a ready source of timber for making plywood. Here, though, I revelled in the springtime pastoral scene, devoid of human or animal touch though it was.

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Fondation Beyeler – Monet 9

Breakup of the Ice, Ice Floes and The Frost, Vétheuil and Lavacourt. A little later in time than the previous one, this painting shows the now predominant hues of summer through the warmth of the sunrise. And yet, winter hasn’t lost its hold over the air and the water, even the reds reflected in the … Continue reading

Fondation Beyeler – Monet 8

I was extremely lucky that in the week I was in Basel, the Fondation Beyeler had an exhibition of some of Monet’s works. It was a privilege and a delight to be able to see his works up close. Museum policy forbade me from using my camera but I was able to use a friend’s … Continue reading

Fondation Beyeler – Monet 7

I was extremely lucky that in the week I was in Basel, the Fondation Beyeler had an exhibition of some of Monet’s works. It was a privilege and a delight to be able to see his works up close. Museum policy forbade me from using my camera but I was able to use a friend’s … Continue reading

Fondation Beyeler – Monet 6

I was extremely lucky that in the week I was in Basel, the Fondation Beyeler had an exhibition of some of Monet’s works. It was a privilege and a delight to be able to see his works up close. Museum policy forbade me from using my camera but I was able to use a friend’s … Continue reading

Fondation Beyeler – Monet 5

I was extremely lucky that in the week I was in Basel, the Fondation Beyeler had an exhibition of some of Monet’s works. It was a privilege and a delight to be able to see his works up close. Museum policy forbade me from using my camera but I was able to use a friend’s … Continue reading

Fondation Beyeler – Monet 4

I was extremely lucky that in the week I was in Basel, the Fondation Beyeler had an exhibition of some of Monet’s works. It was a privilege and a delight to be able to see his works up close. Museum policy forbade me from using my camera but I was able to use a friend’s … Continue reading

Fondation Beyeler – Monet 3

I was extremely lucky that in the week I was in Basel, the Fondation Beyeler had an exhibition of some of Monet’s works. It was a privilege and a delight to be able to see his works up close. Museum policy forbade me from using my camera but I was able to use a friend’s … Continue reading

Fondation Beyeler – Monet 2

I was extremely lucky that in the week I was in Basel, the Fondation Beyeler had an exhibition of some of Monet’s works. It was a privilege and a delight to be able to see his works up close. Museum policy forbade me from using my camera but I was able to use a friend’s … Continue reading

Fondation Beyeler – Monet 1

I was extremely lucky that in the week I was in Basel, the Fondation Beyeler had an exhibition of some of Monet’s works. It was a privilege and a delight to be able to see his works up close. Museum policy forbade me from using my camera but I was able to use a friend’s … Continue reading

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