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Top: Le village de la Roche-Blond, Effet du soir. Claude Monet 1889/ Bottom: The Great Wall of China Mounir Barii 2018 😁 The Impressionism is back! 
#claudemonet #painting #impressionism #impressionismo #monet #effet #effetdusoir #effetto #thegreatwallofchina #thegreatwall #nighteffect #recreation #paintingrecreation #art #culture #museum #musee #french #movement #movementculture #artictic #paintmixing #arte #europe #china #asia #beijing #larte #impression
Top: Le village de la Roche-Blond, Effet du soir. Claude Monet 1889/ Bottom: The Great Wall of China Mounir Barii 2018 😁 The Impressionism is back! #claudemonet  #painting  #impressionism  #impressionismo  #monet  #effet  #effetdusoir  #effetto  #thegreatwallofchina  #thegreatwall  #nighteffect  #recreation  #paintingrecreation  #art  #culture  #museum  #musee  #french  #movement  #movementculture  #artictic  #paintmixing  #arte  #europe  #china  #asia  #beijing  #larte  #impression 
The Harvest At Montfoucault (La moisson à Montfoucault) - 1876

Camille Pissarro (French, 1830 - 1903)

Pissarro's landscapes include the people who live and work there; unlike his Impressionist friends Monet and Renoir, these are not city people who travel to the country to relax on the weekend, but peasant farmers and their wives, herdsmen, and shepherdesses. Yet, unlike Millet, Pissarro does not monumentalise his agricultural labourers. They are not posed, and they themselves form an integral part of the landscape.
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#arte #artwork #art  #artist #artstagram #painting #artlove #french  #fineart #color #kunst #landscape  #Paris  #travelblogger #camillePISSARRO  #amazingart  #masterpiece #impressionismo #artgallery #travelgram #artofinstegram #impressionism  #travel #traveling #arthistory #museedorsay #kunstwerk  #Pissarro  #Impressionist #BeauxArts
The Harvest At Montfoucault (La moisson à Montfoucault) - 1876 Camille Pissarro (French, 1830 - 1903) Pissarro's landscapes include the people who live and work there; unlike his Impressionist friends Monet and Renoir, these are not city people who travel to the country to relax on the weekend, but peasant farmers and their wives, herdsmen, and shepherdesses. Yet, unlike Millet, Pissarro does not monumentalise his agricultural labourers. They are not posed, and they themselves form an integral part of the landscape. www.WGA.hu #arte  #artwork  #art  #artist  #artstagram  #painting  #artlove  #french  #fineart  #color  #kunst  #landscape  #Paris  #travelblogger  #camillePISSARRO  #amazingart  #masterpiece  #impressionismo  #artgallery  #travelgram  #artofinstegram  #impressionism  #travel  #traveling  #arthistory  #museedorsay  #kunstwerk  #Pissarro  #Impressionist  #BeauxArts 
The Harvest At Montfoucault (La moisson à Montfoucault) - 1876

Camille Pissarro (French, 1830 - 1903)

Pissarro's landscapes include the people who live and work there; unlike his Impressionist friends Monet and Renoir, these are not city people who travel to the country to relax on the weekend, but peasant farmers and their wives, herdsmen, and shepherdesses. Yet, unlike Millet, Pissarro does not monumentalise his agricultural labourers. They are not posed, and they themselves form an integral part of the landscape.
www.WGA.hu

#arte #artwork #art  #artist #artstagram #painting #artlove #french  #fineart #color #kunst #landscape  #Paris  #travelblogger #camillePISSARRO  #amazingart  #masterpiece #impressionismo #artgallery #travelgram #artofinstegram #impressionism  #travel #traveling #arthistory #museedorsay #kunstwerk  #Pissarro  #Impressionist #BeauxArts
The Harvest At Montfoucault (La moisson à Montfoucault) - 1876 Camille Pissarro (French, 1830 - 1903) Pissarro's landscapes include the people who live and work there; unlike his Impressionist friends Monet and Renoir, these are not city people who travel to the country to relax on the weekend, but peasant farmers and their wives, herdsmen, and shepherdesses. Yet, unlike Millet, Pissarro does not monumentalise his agricultural labourers. They are not posed, and they themselves form an integral part of the landscape. www.WGA.hu #arte  #artwork  #art  #artist  #artstagram  #painting  #artlove  #french  #fineart  #color  #kunst  #landscape  #Paris  #travelblogger  #camillePISSARRO  #amazingart  #masterpiece  #impressionismo  #artgallery  #travelgram  #artofinstegram  #impressionism  #travel  #traveling  #arthistory  #museedorsay  #kunstwerk  #Pissarro  #Impressionist  #BeauxArts 
The Harvest At Montfoucault (La moisson à Montfoucault) - 1876

Camille Pissarro (French, 1830 - 1903)

Pissarro's landscapes include the people who live and work there; unlike his Impressionist friends Monet and Renoir, these are not city people who travel to the country to relax on the weekend, but peasant farmers and their wives, herdsmen, and shepherdesses. Yet, unlike Millet, Pissarro does not monumentalise his agricultural labourers. They are not posed, and they themselves form an integral part of the landscape.
www.WGA.hu

#arte #artwork #art  #artist #artstagram #painting #artlove #french  #fineart #color #kunst #landscape  #Paris  #travelblogger #camillePISSARRO  #amazingart  #masterpiece #impressionismo #artgallery #travelgram #artofinstegram #impressionism  #travel #traveling #arthistory #museedorsay #kunstwerk  #Pissarro  #Impressionist #BeauxArts
The Harvest At Montfoucault (La moisson à Montfoucault) - 1876 Camille Pissarro (French, 1830 - 1903) Pissarro's landscapes include the people who live and work there; unlike his Impressionist friends Monet and Renoir, these are not city people who travel to the country to relax on the weekend, but peasant farmers and their wives, herdsmen, and shepherdesses. Yet, unlike Millet, Pissarro does not monumentalise his agricultural labourers. They are not posed, and they themselves form an integral part of the landscape. www.WGA.hu #arte  #artwork  #art  #artist  #artstagram  #painting  #artlove  #french  #fineart  #color  #kunst  #landscape  #Paris  #travelblogger  #camillePISSARRO  #amazingart  #masterpiece  #impressionismo  #artgallery  #travelgram  #artofinstegram  #impressionism  #travel  #traveling  #arthistory  #museedorsay  #kunstwerk  #Pissarro  #Impressionist  #BeauxArts 
The Harvest At Montfoucault (La moisson à Montfoucault) - 1876

Camille Pissarro (French, 1830 - 1903)

Pissarro's landscapes include the people who live and work there; unlike his Impressionist friends Monet and Renoir, these are not city people who travel to the country to relax on the weekend, but peasant farmers and their wives, herdsmen, and shepherdesses. Yet, unlike Millet, Pissarro does not monumentalise his agricultural labourers. They are not posed, and they themselves form an integral part of the landscape.
www.WGA.hu

#arte #artwork #art  #artist #artstagram #painting #artlove #french  #fineart #color #kunst #landscape  #Paris  #travelblogger #camillePISSARRO  #amazingart  #masterpiece #impressionismo #artgallery #travelgram #artofinstegram #impressionism  #travel #traveling #arthistory #museedorsay #kunstwerk  #Pissarro  #Impressionist #BeauxArts
The Harvest At Montfoucault (La moisson à Montfoucault) - 1876 Camille Pissarro (French, 1830 - 1903) Pissarro's landscapes include the people who live and work there; unlike his Impressionist friends Monet and Renoir, these are not city people who travel to the country to relax on the weekend, but peasant farmers and their wives, herdsmen, and shepherdesses. Yet, unlike Millet, Pissarro does not monumentalise his agricultural labourers. They are not posed, and they themselves form an integral part of the landscape. www.WGA.hu #arte  #artwork  #art  #artist  #artstagram  #painting  #artlove  #french  #fineart  #color  #kunst  #landscape  #Paris  #travelblogger  #camillePISSARRO  #amazingart  #masterpiece  #impressionismo  #artgallery  #travelgram  #artofinstegram  #impressionism  #travel  #traveling  #arthistory  #museedorsay  #kunstwerk  #Pissarro  #Impressionist  #BeauxArts 
Que comecem as produções artísticas de 2018 !!! Obras de Arte: http://fulldaniel.wixsite.com/fulldanielsenoma

#fullelcuervo #obrasdearte #art #artepsicodelica #quadros #exposicoesdearte #vendasdequadros #obrasporencomenda #surrealismo #impressionismo #tintaoleo #nankin #aquarela #aqualine #gizpastel #telas #canson #tintas #exposiçaofestivalamariana 
Foto: Joao Masini /  @joao_gabriel_masini
SANTOS BOQUEIRÃO ... acrílica sobre papel A3.
SANTOS BOQUEIRÃO ... acrílica sobre papel A3.
Da piccola mi hanno insegnato a colorare nei contorni...Crescendo ho imparato che ciò che vedo è un mix affascinante di incantevoli sfumature... #monet #impressionismo #roma 😍👀🌺🎨C'è bisogno di arte per non morire di realtà❤
Da piccola mi hanno insegnato a colorare nei contorni...Crescendo ho imparato che ciò che vedo è un mix affascinante di incantevoli sfumature... #monet  #impressionismo  #roma  😍👀🌺🎨C'è bisogno di arte per non morire di realtà❤
Se solo potessi entrare in quella foto e sedermi su quella panchina, accanto a lui. Se amate l’arte, non perdetevi questa mostra!!! #sdonataccio #FashionInterpreter #Mostra #Exposition #Monet #Pittura #Peintre  #Roma #Italy #IlVittoriano #arte #colours #art #impressionismo #inspiration #artlovers #barcaavela #painting #artist
Glicine _ Claude Monet .
"Il mio giardino è l'opera d'arte più bella che io abbia mai creato." .
#claudemonet
#glicine #glycines #wisteria
#impressionismo
#giardino
#pontegiapponese
#giverny
#complessodelvittoriano
#mostrediroma
#roma
#arte
#arteeamore
#followart
#nutrimentoperlanima
#nutrimentopergliocchi
Art by @chimfineart -  More progress..... Stay tuned the full pic is coming! How do you like it so far? Can you guess the title?
I meant this painting to be the perfect Valentins present for your loved one!
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Art by @chimfineart - More progress..... Stay tuned the full pic is coming! How do you like it so far? Can you guess the title? I meant this painting to be the perfect Valentins present for your loved one! . . . . . .#chimfineart  #fingerpainting  #impressionismo  #milano  #italians  #gardalake  #cityscape  #mixedmediaart  #art  #painting  #artistic_share  #paintmixing  #video  #contemporaryart  #creativeart  #worldofartists  #spotlightonartists  #romance  #kiss  #kissing  #loveyou  #lover  #passion  #chemistry  #pregnant  #babyshower  #itsaboy  #future  #cosmo  #starry 
Il museo d’Orsay di Parigi: una vecchia e dismessa stazione ferroviaria, ora tra i più bei musei francesi e del mondo 🌍 #Parigi #paris #igersparis #impressionisti #impressionismo #beiricordi #belloinsieme
“ Finché la barca va, tu lasciala andare. “ Barca a vela firmata Claude Monet. #sdonataccio #FashionInterpreter #Mostra #Exposition #Monet #Pittura #Peintre  #Roma #Italy #IlVittoriano #arte #colours #art #impressionismo #inspiration #artlovers #barcaavela #painting #mypicture #photography #instaphoto
... e se il tuo sguardo fosse il mio, nell'attimo in cui in me incontro la tua bellezza... ?!? ...
due volti
due voci in un salotto distinto
due fiori d'arte e 
due Boston dalla dolcezza colta e dipinta
Un bacio è nell'aria 
#lequilibriodelleparti #impressionismo #arte #fiori #dinastia #setdesigner #marianofortuny #venezia #paris #belleepoque #zandomeneghi #artdeco #zaffiro #paris #bostonterrier #madewithlove
Páginas do meu primeiro livro Uma Janela

Pequena e variada coletânea de fotografias até o ano de 2014 editado pela PoD Editora, Rio de Janeiro. 
#alejandromahias #mahias #fineart #artedigital #digitalart #riodejaneiro #espacodasartes #flores #flowers #folhas #fineart #livro #livrosdefotografia #livrodefotografia #arteconceitual #concettuale #conceptuel #conceptualart #conceptuales #arteabstrata #abstrakt #abstratto #abstrait #abstratart #impressionismo #macrofotografia #desing #designer #stampa #newyork #newyorker
Páginas do meu primeiro livro Uma Janela Pequena e variada coletânea de fotografias até o ano de 2014 editado pela PoD Editora, Rio de Janeiro. #alejandromahias  #mahias  #fineart  #artedigital  #digitalart  #riodejaneiro  #espacodasartes  #flores  #flowers  #folhas  #fineart  #livro  #livrosdefotografia  #livrodefotografia  #arteconceitual  #concettuale  #conceptuel  #conceptualart  #conceptuales  #arteabstrata  #abstrakt  #abstratto  #abstrait  #abstratart  #impressionismo  #macrofotografia  #desing  #designer  #stampa  #newyork  #newyorker 
Ecco qua dei nuovi appunti per arte #impressionismo #cistiamoallenando spero che vi piaccia scrivete qui sotto se potrei aggiungere qualcosa (il minion è di lego ed è di mio fratello)

@stabiloitaliaofficial
Ecco qua dei nuovi appunti per arte #impressionismo  #cistiamoallenando  spero che vi piaccia scrivete qui sotto se potrei aggiungere qualcosa (il minion è di lego ed è di mio fratello) @stabiloitaliaofficial
More progress..... Stay tuned the full pic is coming! How do you like it so far? Can you guess the title?
I meant this painting to be the perfect Valentins present for your loved one!
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More progress..... Stay tuned the full pic is coming! How do you like it so far? Can you guess the title? I meant this painting to be the perfect Valentins present for your loved one! . . . . . .#chimfineart  #fingerpainting  #impressionismo  #milano  #italians  #gardalake  #cityscape  #mixedmediaart  #art  #painting  #artistic_share  #paintmixing  #video  #contemporaryart  #creativeart  #worldofartists  #spotlightonartists  #romance  #kiss  #kissing  #loveyou  #lover  #passion  #chemistry  #pregnant  #babyshower  #itsaboy  #future  #cosmo  #starry 
Monet experience🖼••
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#impressionismo #francese #tbt #mostra #monet #roma #art #artist #colours #sunset #pittura #ninfee #quadri #vittoriano
Tra l'impressionismo, il sorpresismo e il nascondismo, un po' monet, un po' pissarro e un po' mutandari, in un unico quadro: le grandi provocazioni storiche di Ernesto Staccolanana.
#milano #milan #darsena #nascondismo #mutandari #staccolanana #monet #pissarro #impressionismo #navigli #sorpresismo #renoir #degas
Buongiorno!
Come non rimanere estasiati di fronte un Monet??? Questa è una parte del museo l’orangerie a Parigi! Bellissimo 
Le ninfee 🌸💙🌸
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#monet #lorangerie #orangerie #museo #leninfee #arte #quadro #picture #scattidaricordare #snap_ish 
#travelgram #travelblogger #artist #impressionism #impressionismo #fashionblogger #magiadiunistante #lavitainunoscatto #scattirubati #scattofisso #igframe #igparis #paris #parigi #parisienne #still_life_gallery #thingsfor_girls #museedelorangerie
Buongiorno! Come non rimanere estasiati di fronte un Monet??? Questa è una parte del museo l’orangerie a Parigi! Bellissimo Le ninfee 🌸💙🌸 • • • • • #monet  #lorangerie  #orangerie  #museo  #leninfee  #arte  #quadro  #picture  #scattidaricordare  #snap_ish  #travelgram  #travelblogger  #artist  #impressionism  #impressionismo  #fashionblogger  #magiadiunistante  #lavitainunoscatto  #scattirubati  #scattofisso  #igframe  #igparis  #paris  #parigi  #parisienne  #still_life_gallery  #thingsfor_girls  #museedelorangerie 
Monet, "un cacciatore di soggetti" secondo Guy de Maupassant, un artista che bandì dalla sua tela il nero per far trionfare la luce.
#monet #impressionismo #art #light #colours #catchthelight #vittoriano #mostra #luce #fiori #ninfee
Claude Monet, Nymphéas, Musée de l'Orangerie
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#nymphea #orangerie #musée #paris #art #impressionism #monet #claudemonet #modernart #painting #impressionismo #origin #villedavray #passion #travel #memories @museeorangerie
The Port Of Le Havre

Camille Pissarro

Date: 1903

Style: Impressionism

Genre: cityscape

Media: oil, canvas

Dimensions: 50 x 81 cm

Location: Private Collection

#artgram #art #impressionism #impressionismo #pissarro #cityscape
Moret Bridge [Le pont de Moret] - 1893 
Alfred SISLEY (French, 1839 – 1899) "In Sisley’s time the towns of the Seine-et-Marne region were busy with local commerce: barges on the canal, a flour and tanning mill at Moret, boat-yards around Saint-Mammès, orchards, gardens and farms at Les Sablons. Sisley visited the area late in 1879, looking for an inexpensive place to live, and came to know it intimately. Veneux-Nadon, seventy-five kilometres from Paris, was his home from 1880; then he lived at Moret, and Les Sablons for six years, before returning to Moret in 1889. Tobias Smollett described Moret-sur-Loing as a ‘very paltry’ place but nineteenth-century guidebooks enthuse over its ‘commanding position on the Loing, its ramparts and gateway, its huge ruined donjon and the beauties of its Gothic church’. By the time Sisley painted this canvas, he had clearly absorbed the elements of the surrounding landscape, exploited through a highly coloured, densely structured composition of sky and clouds, bricks and mortar, water and reflections. He has positioned himself closer to the bridge, providing a dramatic lead-in to the work as it sweeps from lower-left of the canvas to the mill at centre. The picture plane is neatly bisected, the upper section of sky punctuated by the partially obscured church tower, mill and poplars. Sisley’s landscapes are rarely peopled, at least not in the overt way of his contemporaries. Rather than portraying promenading couples or boating parties, the people in Sisley’s paintings are presented as part of their surrounds, incidental in both purpose and scale. The figures in Moret Bridge merge into the scene as naturally as the clouds in the sky, or the reflections in the water below."
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#arte #artwork #art  #artist #artstagram #painting #artlove #french  #fineart #color #kunst #landscape  #Paris  #travelblogger #AlfredSISLEY  #amazingart  #masterpiece #impressionismo #artgallery #travelgram #artofinstegram #impressionism  #travel #traveling #arthistory #museedorsay #kunstwerk  #SISLEY  #Impressionist #BeauxArts
Moret Bridge [Le pont de Moret] - 1893 Alfred SISLEY (French, 1839 – 1899) "In Sisley’s time the towns of the Seine-et-Marne region were busy with local commerce: barges on the canal, a flour and tanning mill at Moret, boat-yards around Saint-Mammès, orchards, gardens and farms at Les Sablons. Sisley visited the area late in 1879, looking for an inexpensive place to live, and came to know it intimately. Veneux-Nadon, seventy-five kilometres from Paris, was his home from 1880; then he lived at Moret, and Les Sablons for six years, before returning to Moret in 1889. Tobias Smollett described Moret-sur-Loing as a ‘very paltry’ place but nineteenth-century guidebooks enthuse over its ‘commanding position on the Loing, its ramparts and gateway, its huge ruined donjon and the beauties of its Gothic church’. By the time Sisley painted this canvas, he had clearly absorbed the elements of the surrounding landscape, exploited through a highly coloured, densely structured composition of sky and clouds, bricks and mortar, water and reflections. He has positioned himself closer to the bridge, providing a dramatic lead-in to the work as it sweeps from lower-left of the canvas to the mill at centre. The picture plane is neatly bisected, the upper section of sky punctuated by the partially obscured church tower, mill and poplars. Sisley’s landscapes are rarely peopled, at least not in the overt way of his contemporaries. Rather than portraying promenading couples or boating parties, the people in Sisley’s paintings are presented as part of their surrounds, incidental in both purpose and scale. The figures in Moret Bridge merge into the scene as naturally as the clouds in the sky, or the reflections in the water below." Www.nga.gov.au #arte  #artwork  #art  #artist  #artstagram  #painting  #artlove  #french  #fineart  #color  #kunst  #landscape  #Paris  #travelblogger  #AlfredSISLEY  #amazingart  #masterpiece  #impressionismo  #artgallery  #travelgram  #artofinstegram  #impressionism  #travel  #traveling  #arthistory  #museedorsay  #kunstwerk  #SISLEY  #Impressionist  #BeauxArts 
Moret Bridge [Le pont de Moret] - 1893 
Alfred SISLEY (French, 1839 – 1899) "In Sisley’s time the towns of the Seine-et-Marne region were busy with local commerce: barges on the canal, a flour and tanning mill at Moret, boat-yards around Saint-Mammès, orchards, gardens and farms at Les Sablons. Sisley visited the area late in 1879, looking for an inexpensive place to live, and came to know it intimately. Veneux-Nadon, seventy-five kilometres from Paris, was his home from 1880; then he lived at Moret, and Les Sablons for six years, before returning to Moret in 1889. Tobias Smollett described Moret-sur-Loing as a ‘very paltry’ place but nineteenth-century guidebooks enthuse over its ‘commanding position on the Loing, its ramparts and gateway, its huge ruined donjon and the beauties of its Gothic church’. By the time Sisley painted this canvas, he had clearly absorbed the elements of the surrounding landscape, exploited through a highly coloured, densely structured composition of sky and clouds, bricks and mortar, water and reflections. He has positioned himself closer to the bridge, providing a dramatic lead-in to the work as it sweeps from lower-left of the canvas to the mill at centre. The picture plane is neatly bisected, the upper section of sky punctuated by the partially obscured church tower, mill and poplars. Sisley’s landscapes are rarely peopled, at least not in the overt way of his contemporaries. Rather than portraying promenading couples or boating parties, the people in Sisley’s paintings are presented as part of their surrounds, incidental in both purpose and scale. The figures in Moret Bridge merge into the scene as naturally as the clouds in the sky, or the reflections in the water below."
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#arte #artwork #art  #artist #artstagram #painting #artlove #french  #fineart #color #kunst #landscape  #Paris  #travelblogger #AlfredSISLEY  #amazingart  #masterpiece #impressionismo #artgallery #travelgram #artofinstegram #impressionism  #travel #traveling #arthistory #museedorsay #kunstwerk  #SISLEY  #Impressionist #BeauxArts
Moret Bridge [Le pont de Moret] - 1893 Alfred SISLEY (French, 1839 – 1899) "In Sisley’s time the towns of the Seine-et-Marne region were busy with local commerce: barges on the canal, a flour and tanning mill at Moret, boat-yards around Saint-Mammès, orchards, gardens and farms at Les Sablons. Sisley visited the area late in 1879, looking for an inexpensive place to live, and came to know it intimately. Veneux-Nadon, seventy-five kilometres from Paris, was his home from 1880; then he lived at Moret, and Les Sablons for six years, before returning to Moret in 1889. Tobias Smollett described Moret-sur-Loing as a ‘very paltry’ place but nineteenth-century guidebooks enthuse over its ‘commanding position on the Loing, its ramparts and gateway, its huge ruined donjon and the beauties of its Gothic church’. By the time Sisley painted this canvas, he had clearly absorbed the elements of the surrounding landscape, exploited through a highly coloured, densely structured composition of sky and clouds, bricks and mortar, water and reflections. He has positioned himself closer to the bridge, providing a dramatic lead-in to the work as it sweeps from lower-left of the canvas to the mill at centre. The picture plane is neatly bisected, the upper section of sky punctuated by the partially obscured church tower, mill and poplars. Sisley’s landscapes are rarely peopled, at least not in the overt way of his contemporaries. Rather than portraying promenading couples or boating parties, the people in Sisley’s paintings are presented as part of their surrounds, incidental in both purpose and scale. The figures in Moret Bridge merge into the scene as naturally as the clouds in the sky, or the reflections in the water below." Www.nga.gov.au #arte  #artwork  #art  #artist  #artstagram  #painting  #artlove  #french  #fineart  #color  #kunst  #landscape  #Paris  #travelblogger  #AlfredSISLEY  #amazingart  #masterpiece  #impressionismo  #artgallery  #travelgram  #artofinstegram  #impressionism  #travel  #traveling  #arthistory  #museedorsay  #kunstwerk  #SISLEY  #Impressionist  #BeauxArts 
Moret Bridge [Le pont de Moret] - 1893 
Alfred SISLEY (French, 1839 – 1899) "In Sisley’s time the towns of the Seine-et-Marne region were busy with local commerce: barges on the canal, a flour and tanning mill at Moret, boat-yards around Saint-Mammès, orchards, gardens and farms at Les Sablons. Sisley visited the area late in 1879, looking for an inexpensive place to live, and came to know it intimately. Veneux-Nadon, seventy-five kilometres from Paris, was his home from 1880; then he lived at Moret, and Les Sablons for six years, before returning to Moret in 1889. Tobias Smollett described Moret-sur-Loing as a ‘very paltry’ place but nineteenth-century guidebooks enthuse over its ‘commanding position on the Loing, its ramparts and gateway, its huge ruined donjon and the beauties of its Gothic church’. By the time Sisley painted this canvas, he had clearly absorbed the elements of the surrounding landscape, exploited through a highly coloured, densely structured composition of sky and clouds, bricks and mortar, water and reflections. He has positioned himself closer to the bridge, providing a dramatic lead-in to the work as it sweeps from lower-left of the canvas to the mill at centre. The picture plane is neatly bisected, the upper section of sky punctuated by the partially obscured church tower, mill and poplars. Sisley’s landscapes are rarely peopled, at least not in the overt way of his contemporaries. Rather than portraying promenading couples or boating parties, the people in Sisley’s paintings are presented as part of their surrounds, incidental in both purpose and scale. The figures in Moret Bridge merge into the scene as naturally as the clouds in the sky, or the reflections in the water below."
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Moret Bridge [Le pont de Moret] - 1893 Alfred SISLEY (French, 1839 – 1899) "In Sisley’s time the towns of the Seine-et-Marne region were busy with local commerce: barges on the canal, a flour and tanning mill at Moret, boat-yards around Saint-Mammès, orchards, gardens and farms at Les Sablons. Sisley visited the area late in 1879, looking for an inexpensive place to live, and came to know it intimately. Veneux-Nadon, seventy-five kilometres from Paris, was his home from 1880; then he lived at Moret, and Les Sablons for six years, before returning to Moret in 1889. Tobias Smollett described Moret-sur-Loing as a ‘very paltry’ place but nineteenth-century guidebooks enthuse over its ‘commanding position on the Loing, its ramparts and gateway, its huge ruined donjon and the beauties of its Gothic church’. By the time Sisley painted this canvas, he had clearly absorbed the elements of the surrounding landscape, exploited through a highly coloured, densely structured composition of sky and clouds, bricks and mortar, water and reflections. He has positioned himself closer to the bridge, providing a dramatic lead-in to the work as it sweeps from lower-left of the canvas to the mill at centre. The picture plane is neatly bisected, the upper section of sky punctuated by the partially obscured church tower, mill and poplars. Sisley’s landscapes are rarely peopled, at least not in the overt way of his contemporaries. Rather than portraying promenading couples or boating parties, the people in Sisley’s paintings are presented as part of their surrounds, incidental in both purpose and scale. The figures in Moret Bridge merge into the scene as naturally as the clouds in the sky, or the reflections in the water below." Www.nga.gov.au #arte  #artwork  #art  #artist  #artstagram  #painting  #artlove  #french  #fineart  #color  #kunst  #landscape  #Paris  #travelblogger  #AlfredSISLEY  #amazingart  #masterpiece  #impressionismo  #artgallery  #travelgram  #artofinstegram  #impressionism  #travel  #traveling  #arthistory  #museedorsay  #kunstwerk  #SISLEY  #Impressionist  #BeauxArts 
Moret Bridge [Le pont de Moret] - 1893 
Alfred SISLEY (French, 1839 – 1899) "In Sisley’s time the towns of the Seine-et-Marne region were busy with local commerce: barges on the canal, a flour and tanning mill at Moret, boat-yards around Saint-Mammès, orchards, gardens and farms at Les Sablons. Sisley visited the area late in 1879, looking for an inexpensive place to live, and came to know it intimately. Veneux-Nadon, seventy-five kilometres from Paris, was his home from 1880; then he lived at Moret, and Les Sablons for six years, before returning to Moret in 1889. Tobias Smollett described Moret-sur-Loing as a ‘very paltry’ place but nineteenth-century guidebooks enthuse over its ‘commanding position on the Loing, its ramparts and gateway, its huge ruined donjon and the beauties of its Gothic church’. Bridges were a favoured subject and compositional device for Sisley and the Pont de Moret provided the impetus for many works. He produced his first views of it in autumn 1887 and spring 1888, while based at Les Sablons, and several dramatic compositions show the bridge and mill under snow in 1890.2 He varied his views of Moret, often centring his compositions on the mill with the church of Notre-Dame behind it,and showing the other span of the bridge leading into the town through the Porte de Bourgogne. In 1891 he painted further down the Loing River, from either bank, showing the townscape framed by, or through, a row of poplars. The following year he varied his motif through a sequence depicting the same locations in the morning light and at sunset. Sisley seemed unable to resist scenes in which there was water to offer reflections, and riverbanks for constantly changing activities."
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Moret Bridge [Le pont de Moret] - 1893 Alfred SISLEY (French, 1839 – 1899) "In Sisley’s time the towns of the Seine-et-Marne region were busy with local commerce: barges on the canal, a flour and tanning mill at Moret, boat-yards around Saint-Mammès, orchards, gardens and farms at Les Sablons. Sisley visited the area late in 1879, looking for an inexpensive place to live, and came to know it intimately. Veneux-Nadon, seventy-five kilometres from Paris, was his home from 1880; then he lived at Moret, and Les Sablons for six years, before returning to Moret in 1889. Tobias Smollett described Moret-sur-Loing as a ‘very paltry’ place but nineteenth-century guidebooks enthuse over its ‘commanding position on the Loing, its ramparts and gateway, its huge ruined donjon and the beauties of its Gothic church’. Bridges were a favoured subject and compositional device for Sisley and the Pont de Moret provided the impetus for many works. He produced his first views of it in autumn 1887 and spring 1888, while based at Les Sablons, and several dramatic compositions show the bridge and mill under snow in 1890.2 He varied his views of Moret, often centring his compositions on the mill with the church of Notre-Dame behind it,and showing the other span of the bridge leading into the town through the Porte de Bourgogne. In 1891 he painted further down the Loing River, from either bank, showing the townscape framed by, or through, a row of poplars. The following year he varied his motif through a sequence depicting the same locations in the morning light and at sunset. Sisley seemed unable to resist scenes in which there was water to offer reflections, and riverbanks for constantly changing activities." Www.nga.gov.au #arte  #artwork  #art  #artist  #artstagram  #painting  #artlove  #french  #fineart  #color  #kunst  #landscape  #Paris  #travelblogger  #AlfredSISLEY  #amazingart  #masterpiece  #impressionismo  #artgallery  #travelgram  #artofinstegram  #impressionism  #travel  #traveling  #arthistory  #museedorsay  #kunstwerk  #SISLEY  #Impressionist  #BeauxArts 
Moret Bridge [Le pont de Moret] - 1893 
Alfred SISLEY (French, 1839 – 1899) "In Sisley’s time the towns of the Seine-et-Marne region were busy with local commerce: barges on the canal, a flour and tanning mill at Moret, boat-yards around Saint-Mammès, orchards, gardens and farms at Les Sablons. Sisley visited the area late in 1879, looking for an inexpensive place to live, and came to know it intimately. Veneux-Nadon, seventy-five kilometres from Paris, was his home from 1880; then he lived at Moret, and Les Sablons for six years, before returning to Moret in 1889. Tobias Smollett described Moret-sur-Loing as a ‘very paltry’ place but nineteenth-century guidebooks enthuse over its ‘commanding position on the Loing, its ramparts and gateway, its huge ruined donjon and the beauties of its Gothic church’. Bridges were a favoured subject and compositional device for Sisley and the Pont de Moret provided the impetus for many works. He produced his first views of it in autumn 1887 and spring 1888, while based at Les Sablons, and several dramatic compositions show the bridge and mill under snow in 1890.2 He varied his views of Moret, often centring his compositions on the mill with the church of Notre-Dame behind it,and showing the other span of the bridge leading into the town through the Porte de Bourgogne. In 1891 he painted further down the Loing River, from either bank, showing the townscape framed by, or through, a row of poplars. The following year he varied his motif through a sequence depicting the same locations in the morning light and at sunset. Sisley seemed unable to resist scenes in which there was water to offer reflections, and riverbanks for constantly changing activities."
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Moret Bridge [Le pont de Moret] - 1893 Alfred SISLEY (French, 1839 – 1899) "In Sisley’s time the towns of the Seine-et-Marne region were busy with local commerce: barges on the canal, a flour and tanning mill at Moret, boat-yards around Saint-Mammès, orchards, gardens and farms at Les Sablons. Sisley visited the area late in 1879, looking for an inexpensive place to live, and came to know it intimately. Veneux-Nadon, seventy-five kilometres from Paris, was his home from 1880; then he lived at Moret, and Les Sablons for six years, before returning to Moret in 1889. Tobias Smollett described Moret-sur-Loing as a ‘very paltry’ place but nineteenth-century guidebooks enthuse over its ‘commanding position on the Loing, its ramparts and gateway, its huge ruined donjon and the beauties of its Gothic church’. Bridges were a favoured subject and compositional device for Sisley and the Pont de Moret provided the impetus for many works. He produced his first views of it in autumn 1887 and spring 1888, while based at Les Sablons, and several dramatic compositions show the bridge and mill under snow in 1890.2 He varied his views of Moret, often centring his compositions on the mill with the church of Notre-Dame behind it,and showing the other span of the bridge leading into the town through the Porte de Bourgogne. In 1891 he painted further down the Loing River, from either bank, showing the townscape framed by, or through, a row of poplars. The following year he varied his motif through a sequence depicting the same locations in the morning light and at sunset. Sisley seemed unable to resist scenes in which there was water to offer reflections, and riverbanks for constantly changing activities." Www.nga.gov.au #arte  #artwork  #art  #artist  #artstagram  #painting  #artlove  #french  #fineart  #color  #kunst  #landscape  #Paris  #travelblogger  #AlfredSISLEY  #amazingart  #masterpiece  #impressionismo  #artgallery  #travelgram  #artofinstegram  #impressionism  #travel  #traveling  #arthistory  #museedorsay  #kunstwerk  #SISLEY  #Impressionist  #BeauxArts 
Capa de almofada ao estilo arte impressionista. (Minha estilo preferido 😊😊
$25 na av.7 (esqueci o nome da loja agora kkkkkk mas quem quiser explico. .
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#almofadas #capadealmofada #impressionismo #decoraçâoimpressionista #casaarte #arteedecoração #soumaisarte #impressionist #enxoval #maiscorporfavor #casacolorida #casabrasileira
Já viram esse post-its maravilindos com pinturas impressionistas?! (R$5 cada). Contatos na bio
Já viram esse post-its maravilindos com pinturas impressionistas?! (R$5 cada). Contatos na bio
Hj eu não pintaria, mas não resisti e acabei por executar essa paisagem. Muito feliz com o resultado😀.🎨🎨🎨 #arte #impressionismo
Hj eu não pintaria, mas não resisti e acabei por executar essa paisagem. Muito feliz com o resultado😀.🎨🎨🎨 #arte  #impressionismo 
Fai bei sogni. Anzi, fateli insieme. Insieme valgono di più
#sogno #monetexperience #impressionismo #mostra #santostefanoalponte #emozioni #ioete
“Sono costretto a continue trasformazioni, perché tutto cresce e rinverdisce. Insomma, a forza di trasformazioni, io seguo la natura senza poterla afferrare, e poi questo fiume che scende, risale, un giorno verde, poi giallo, oggi pomeriggio asciutto e domani sarà un torrente.”
Claude Oscar Monet
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#monet #ninfeemonet #ninfee #picoftheday #mostra #impressionismo #claudemonet #vittorianomonument #instagood #goodvibes #me #gioiechetiaccompagnanotuttalavita #ilpontegiapponese #overthetop
“Sono costretto a continue trasformazioni, perché tutto cresce e rinverdisce. Insomma, a forza di trasformazioni, io seguo la natura senza poterla afferrare, e poi questo fiume che scende, risale, un giorno verde, poi giallo, oggi pomeriggio asciutto e domani sarà un torrente.” Claude Oscar Monet . . . . #monet  #ninfeemonet  #ninfee  #picoftheday  #mostra  #impressionismo  #claudemonet  #vittorianomonument  #instagood  #goodvibes  #me  #gioiechetiaccompagnanotuttalavita  #ilpontegiapponese  #overthetop 
L'arte di impressionare
L'arte di impressionare