American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Monet, Claude 1840-1926. French painter and founder of impressionism who captured on canvas his spontaneous reaction to landscapes and outdoor events. He created several series of paintings, such as Water Lilies (1899-1925), that examine the effect of changing light and atmosphere on a subject.
- n. a work by Claude Monet
- n. Claude Monet, French painter.
- n. French impressionist painter (1840-1926)
“BEARDSLEY: Perhaps the French ennui over Monet is understandable.”
“A watercolor artist's sketchbook and story, "Colors of France: A Painting Pilgrimage" sweeps readers along on Margaret Hall Hoybach's evocative journey along the back roads of France, from the Pyrenees to Brittany, and finally, to paint in Monet's fabled gardens at Giverny.”
“The Royal Academy of Arts in London will be showing an exhibition of Claude Monet from the 17th of March through to the 10th of June.”
“Thanks Gary. .ps check out page 12 of The Wine Spectator this month they mention Monet's Palate my filmm with Meryl Streep, Daniel Boulud, Alice Waters, Steve Wynn and Michel Richard. .as we would say in Monet's Palate country a Toast to Claude but in this case (no pun implied) a toast to Gary V. thanks for all your support.”
“Oil prices are based on what I call the Monet Principle.”
“The Monet is a floating lesson in friction-free commerce.”
“Bridal parties make their way through the Via Bellagio shopping arcade; on past the Gallery of Fine Art and the function rooms, named after artists (tonight in Monet 1-4: the Phoenix 2000 Awards dinner for achievement in the "medical device industry"); and finally to the Wedding Chapels.”
“When the pictures were being hung in 1874, Renoir's brother Edmond (in charge of editing the catalogue) objected to the monotonous titles Monet had given to his works.”
“The tall slim ironstone one, covered in Monet’s famous Water Lily?”
“Mickey also kept a one-time stopper called Monet whom he visited with urgency and feeling up to fifteen times a week.”
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