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Tag Archives: Claude Monet

Late Night Bon Voyage for Monet was a Misfit. Renoir was a Rebel. Pissaro was a Punk.

May

02

It’s true! The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens will stay open until Midnight on Saturday, May 5, giving you one last opportunity to see…

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Impressionism at The Cummer: FOCUS Celebrate & Annual Meeting

Apr

20

FOCUS Cummer will host A Spring Garden Party (Garden Hats de Rigueur) on Thursday, April 26th at The Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens. The Annual meeting will begin at 5:30 p.m. followed by…

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Happy Birthday Renoir!

Feb

25

French painter, sculptor and printmaker Pierre Auguste Renoir was born February 25th, 1841. He was one of the founders and leading artists of the Impressionist movement.

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Art History Primer #2: Impressionism

Feb

20

Color is my day-long obsession, joy and torment. – Claude Monet

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Renoir was a rebel. Monet was a misfit. Pissarro was a punk.

Feb

15

That’s right, Renoir, Monet and Pisarro are heading to Jacksonville as part of the exhibit: Impressionism and Post Impressionism from the High Museum of Art. More than 50 works by renowned artists such as…

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#21 Edmund William Greacen – Brooklyn Bridge, East River

Jul

26

“One of the best memories I have is of walking across the Brooklyn Bridge the day before moving to Jacksonville and the painting will always remind me of the fun my family and I had in my last day in New York.” – Tricia Lord, 20

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