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Nostalgia & Fine Art Spring 2011

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A New Light Shines on the

Met’s American Wing After more than two years of construction and renovation, the unparalleled collections of American furniture, sculpture, stained glass, architectural elements, ceramics, glass, silver, pewter, and jewelry returned to public view.

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A New Light Shines on the

Celebrating the art of the

Hudson Rviver School Some of the most notable works in the Atheneum’s collection are 13 landscapes by Thomas Cole, and 11 by Hartford native Frederic Edwin Church, both of whom were personal friends of the museum’s founder, Daniel Wadsworth.

Met’s American Wing

9 The World Surrounding

Claude Monet

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A Modern Interior Showcases an Abundance of Treasures This unique collection of traditional Uzbek and Tajik ceramics was amassed by Russian ethnologist Grigoriy Derviz from 1985 to 1990, during his trips together with Andrzej Strumi��o, an artist and art collector who is a good friend of the Asian Gallery.

Claude Monet’s paintings from the 1870s, notably Red Boats at Argenteuil (1875), are fine examples of the new Impressionist style. The paintings are essentially illusionist, but ring with a chromatic vibrancy. Monet worked directly from nature and revealed that even on the darkest, gloomiest day, an infinite variety of colors exist. To capture the fleeting lights and hues, Monet had to employ a new painting technique using short brushstrokes filled with individual color. The result was a canvas alive with painterly activity, the opposite of the smooth blended surfaces of the past. While traditional landscape artists painted what they saw in their mind, Claude Monet, sought to paint the world exactly how he saw it, not how he knew it should look. So rather than painting a myriad of separate leaves, he depicted splashes of constantly changing light and color.

The World Surrounding

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American Ceramics 1876-1956 Some ceramic products are regarded as fine art, while others are regarded as decorative, industrial or applied art objects, or as artifacts in archaeology.

Claude Monet

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Claude Monet

A Modern Interior Showcases an Abundance of Treasures

“These landscapes of water and reflection have become an obsession for me.”

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Montgomery County Fairgrounds Gaithersburg, MD Green Harmony At the age of 5, Monet moved with his family to Le Havre, a port town in the Normandy region. He grew up there with his older brother Leon. While he was reportedly a decent student, Monet did not like being confined to a classroom. He was more interested in being outside. At an early age, Monet developed a love of drawing. He filled his schoolbooks with sketches of people, including caricatures of his teachers. While his mother supported his artistic efforts, Monet’s father wanted him to go into business. Monet suffered greatly after the

Celebrating the art of the hudson river school

Museum Focus: Storm King Arts Center

orn Oscar Claude Monet (some sources say Claude Oscar) on November 14, 1840, in Paris, France. Claude Monet is one of the most famous painters in the history of art and a leading figure in the Impressionist movement. His works can be seen in museums around the world. His father, Adolphe, worked in his family’s shipping business while his mother, Louise, took care of the family. A trained singer, Louise liked poetry and was a popular hostess.

Ocean View death of his mother in 1857. In the community, Monet became well known for his caricatures, and drew many of the town’s residents. After meeting Eugene Boudin, a local landscape artist, Monet started to explore the natural world in his work. Boudin introduced Monet to painting outdoors, or plein air painting. In 1859, Monet decided to move to Paris to pursue his art. He enrolled as a student at the Academie Suisse. During this time, Monet met fellow artist Camille Pissarro who became a close friend for many years.

Returning to France after the war, Monet eventually settled in Argenteuil, an industrial town west of Paris. He had visits from many of his artist friends during his time there, including Renoir, Pissarro, and Edouard Manet. Banding together with several other artists, Monet helped form the Societe Anonyme des Artistes Peintres, Sculpteurs, Graveurs (the Society of Anonymous Painters, Sculptors, and Printers). Monet sometimes got frustrated with his work. According to some reports, he destroyed a number

Lily Pond of paintings—estimates range as high as 500 works. Monet would simply burn, cut, or kick the offending piece. In addition to these outbursts, he was known to suffer from bouts of depression and self-doubt. The society’s April 1874 exhibition proved to be revolutionary. One of Monet’s most noted works in the show, Impression, Sunrise (1873), depicted Le Havre’s harbor in a morning fog. Critics used the title to name the group of artists the Impressionists, saying that their work seemed more like sketches than finished paintings.

There was still a great deal of interest in Monet’s work. He embarked a final series of 12 waterlily paintings commissioned by the Orangerie des Tuileries, a museum in Paris. He chose to make them on a very large scale, designed to fill the walls of a special space for the canvases in the museum. He wanted the works to serve as a “haven of peaceful meditation,” believing that the images would soothe the “overworked nerves” of visitors. The project consumed much of his later years. In writing to a friend, Monet said,”These landscapes of water and

reflection have become an obsession for me. It is beyond my strength as an old man, and yet I want to render what I feel.” His health proved to be an obstacle as well. Still battling eye problems, Monet finally consented to surgery for cataracts in 1923. Monet died on December 5, 1926, at his home in Giverny. Monet once wrote, “My only merit lies in having painted directly in front of nature, seeking to render my impressions of the most fleeting effects.” Most art historians believe that Monet accomplished much more than this. Nostalgis & Art 16

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Industrious tycoon Linus 

chauffeur's daughter, Sabrina Fairchild (Audrey Hepburn),  jeopardizes Linus' pending business merger. At that point, the 

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moved into her building on a wealthy woman's (Patricia  Neal) dime. As romance blooms between Paul and Holly,  Doc Golightly (Buddy Ebsen) shows up on the scene,  revealing Holly's past. The film received Oscars for best song ("Moon River") and best score.

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Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard in “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” featuring Patricia Neal, Buddy Ebsen, Martin Balsam, and Mickey Rooney directed by Blake Edwards and released by Paramount Pictures from the novella by Truman Capote.

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aspiring writer Paul Varjak (George Peppard), who's 

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Golightly (Audrey Hepburn) finds herself captivated by

libertine brother, David (William Holden), and the family 

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adaptation of Truman Capote's novel, fortune hunter Holly 

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B reakf as t  At  Ti f f anys

 

Larrabee (Humphrey Bogart) has no room for love in his 

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      Audrey Hepburn, the essence 

of 1950s chic, stars in an Oscar-winning performance as a  cosseted European princess who goes AWOL in Rome and is  soon taken under the wing of tabloid journalist Gregory Peck  and his photographer sidekick, Eddie Albert. She thinks the  boys don't suspect who she really is, but they're onto her and  sense a sensational story if they can just keep Audrey's  handlers from retrieving her too soon.

Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck in “Roman Holiday” featuring Patricia Neal, Buddy Ebsen, Martin Balsam, and Mickey Rooney directed by William Wyler and written by John Dighton and Dalton Trumbo.

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Frank Sinatra made women scream when he walked up to the microphone. With a twist of a phrase, men wept. His ability to interpret a song defined an American generation. My Way is the must-see musical that celebrates the mystique of Frank Sinatra and the music he made famous. Two dynamic couples take the audience from the 1940s swing era to the bright lights of Las Vegas with the Rat Pack and beyond. Relive the magic of Ol' Blue Eyes with songs that include "Strangers in the Night," "I've Got You Under My Skin," "Fly Me to the Moon" and "New York, New York." Sponsored by: Independence Foundation, Macy's

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