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  • Demand remained healthy for a handful of trophy paintings by Impressionist masters such as Claude Monet and recent favorites such as Francis Bacon, which helped sales this spring and into summer.

    Strong Sales at Sotheby's

  • Organized by region -- northern to southern France -- the exhibition showcases artists such as Claude Monet, Vincent Van Gogh, Henri Rousseau and Gustave Loiseau.

    Time Off

  • London, said: '' Claude Monet's water-lily paintings are amongst the most recognised and celebrated works of the 20th century, and were hugely influential to many of the following generations of artists.

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  • Marshall Field's English Georgian library at River House was adorned by superb Impressionist paintings such as Claude Monet's Boulevard des Capucines

    Michael Henry Adams: Great Houses of New York: River House, the Best Address, Part II

  • Collects: Impressionist, post-Impressionist and modern paintings, sculptures and drawings, including works by Claude Monet, Paul Cézanne, Georges Braque, Paul Gauguin, René Magritte and Paul Signac.

    Following the Smart Art Money

  • Sotheby's also helped the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston get $9.2 million for Claude Monet's 1888 view of the Mediterranean coast, "Antibes, the Fort," above its $7 million high estimate.

    Sotheby's Rallies With $199.8 Million Sale

  • The difference, collectors said, lay in Sotheby's decision to throw more of its weight behind pastoral, cheery paintings by mainstays like Claude Monet alongside examples by hot-again Surrealists like Max Ernst and Salvador Dali.

    Sotheby's Rallies With $199.8 Million Sale

  • The effect is of looking into a pool, as if Frankenthaler were painting her response to one of Claude Monet's water lilies.

    Pushing Past Abstraction

  • Along with some strong-armed fortes, he skimmed over the keys in Debussy's "Reflets" from "Images," Book I and "Six Epigraphes antiques" with a touch as lightly brushed as Claude Monet's hazy views of Reims cathedral.

    At National Gallery, piano program from Wilhem Latchoumia befitting Gauguin

  • Try the deliciously cooked prawn in garlic and parsley, and watch the sun set into the ocean, a vision straight out of a Claude Monet painting.

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