Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Monet's Waterlilies




Ciao, dear ones!
we are off museum hopping today..

I wanted to share 
a sensational piece of art..








with you today..
it spans two rooms and encompasses 250 pieces of canvas 
by Claude Monet..

It moves me so much..
and I hope you will be as enamored of it as I am...


Our last day in Paris and we are off to Tuscany tomorrow..

wish us safe travels...

hoping your week is sensational..
gentle readers and viewers..


C4N!

5 comments:

Fiona Dempster said...

Hi Cat - that is one of my favourite places ever. Just sitting in that room, surrounded by the beauty, encompassed and enfolded by it. So so peaceful. If I recall correctly, after all the horror of the First World War, Monet wanted to give a gift of beauty to the nation of France and this was it.. beautiful, precious, special.

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

I loved the view of the Eiffel Tower, but was MOST impressed by this room that Monet created. I have seen some of his water lilies, but absolutely NOTHING on a grand scale like this. I can see why you were so very impressed with these rooms.

Sharmon Davidson said...

Go for it! Perhaps the best piece of advice of all time - lol... I'm only half kidding about that! I was very fortunate to get to see the huge Monet exhibit at the Chicago Art Institute in 1995, which consisted of 159 paintings, including some multi-panel waterlilies paintings. I would guess these are different from the ones in those oval rooms. All I know is they were awe-inspiring! Thanks for sharing this video of Monet's stunning works! xox

ELFI said...

s'assoir sur le canapé au milieu de l'expo et rêver... merci pour le petit film... biz

froebelsternchen said...

Simply AMAZING! Thank you for the fantastic video Cat!

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