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March 2019

Antibes Beaches, Old Town & Claude Monet

Antibes Beaches & Claude Monet Claude Monet made his way to Antibes in the winter of 1888 and again in 1908. Monet was enchanted with Antibes beaches, old town and the surrounding landscapes.. Monet aimed to capture the changing lights… Continue Reading →

History of Impressionism – The Forgotten Women

Why Did the History of Impressionism Forget It’s Women? The French history of impressionism for some strange reason has obscured at best and obliterated at worst, some very noteworthy female impressionism painters. In this article, I hope to briefly expose… Continue Reading →

Art Historical Fiction Books

Help me find more art historical fiction books & compelling biographies to add to this list!! But only the good ones PLEASE! This page is for us bookworms who love reading historical fiction books related to the impressionism and post-impressionism… Continue Reading →

Vincent and Theo – Heiligman Biography

Synopsis of the Biography Vincent and Theo The author of Vincent and Theo, Deborah Heiligman, writes an engaging biography about the famous Van Gogh brothers. In her book, she details beautifully the brothers’ lives during the times they lived together… Continue Reading →

Festival Normandie Impressionniste

Every few years, Normandy hosts ” Festival Normandie Impressionniste”, the Normandy Impressionist Festival. The next major festival will be held between the dates April 3 to September 6, 2020. This festival is a major artistic event, attracting over a million… Continue Reading →

Rouen Travel with the Impressionists

If you are a lover of impressionism, then Rouen travel MUST be on your itinerary when visiting Normandy. This town inspired many of the impressionism painters including Claude Monet, Paul Gauguin, Camille Pissarro and Alfred Sisley. There is plenty to… Continue Reading →

Claude Monet Famous Paintings of The Alabaster Coast

Today we are blessed with countless famous Claude Monet paintings of the Alabaster coast, and in particular Etretat. He never seemed to tire of the Normandy coastline and returned again and again to capture the views from different perspectives and… Continue Reading →

Iconic Van Gogh Art

Van Gogh’s artworks were not acknowledged during his lifetime. In fact, throughout his entire career as an artist, he only sold ONE painting. He died penniless. He only gained acknowledgement as a painter after his death. Decades later, Van Gogh’s… Continue Reading →

Posh Passy Cemetery

Beautiful & Historical Passy Cemetery While only a small in size, tree-lined Passy cemetery contains some of the most beautiful and historically interesting tombstone sculptures in Paris. The Passy cemetery is a resting place of some very well known Parisians,… Continue Reading →

Edouard Manet – Paintings & Women

Edouard Manet was born in January 23, 1832 into a wealthy Parisian family. His father, a high ranking judge, wanted Edouard to study law and follow in his footsteps. But Edouard refused to choose a respectable career. He wanted to… Continue Reading →

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