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By Mike Giuliano and Mike Giuliano,Special to The Evening Sun | October 10, 1991
CLAUDE Monet has done more for gardening than all of the seed companies and green thumb newspaper columns combined. This Impressionist master depicted French flower gardens with so much summery affection that one need never worry about drought, insects or frost in the artist's back yard.Monet has in a sense come to our back yard with the exhibit opening Sunday at the Baltimore Museum of Art. It is no ordinary event, involving as it does a temporary swap between the Baltimore Museum of Art and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.
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By William A. Davis and William A. Davis,BOSTON GLOBE | March 29, 1998
Claude Monet, founder of the impressionist school of painting, settled in Giverny, France, in 1883 and remained until his death 43 years later.Inspired by the tranquil Normandy countryside and his own artfully landscaped surroundings, Monet did some of his finest work here. So did many other artists, including a number of prominent American painters attracted both by the presence of the master and Giverny itself: a place profoundly rural but only 50 miles west of Paris.Nearly two dozen of Monet's dappled landscapes from this Seine valley village go on display today at the Walters Art Gallery.
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By Baltimore Sun | February 5, 2010
'Turner to Cezanne' Where: Corcoran Gallery of Art, 500 17th St. NW, Washington When: Through April 25 (The museum is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.) What : Exhibition featuring a group of 19th- and 20th-century paintings and works on paper from the Davies Collection, National Museum of Wales. The 53 masterpieces — many of which have rarely been exhibited outside of Europe — include impressionist and postimpressionist artworks by Paul Cezanne, Edouard Manet, Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, J.M.W.
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By Holly Selby and Holly Selby,SUN STAFF | November 23, 1997
A sign in the lobby at the Art Institute of Chicago coaxes families to become museum members. For $110, those who join get free admission to the museum for two years, access to special events, discounts on gift shop merchandise.Then comes the clincher: Families that join now, the sign says, will receive free tickets to the Renoir exhibition currently on view and free tickets to an exhibition of works by American impressionist Mary Cassatt that won't open for another year.If the museum world were a poker game, then the Art Institute would be holding two aces.
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By N.Y. Times News | September 18, 1991
The flowers and gardens in Claude Monet's paintings, whose colors and sense of romance have touched art lovers for generations, inspired a perfume.The fragrance, Les Fleurs de Claude Monet, is sold at The Baltimore Museum of Art, just the right sensual touch to the exhibit Claude Monet: Impressionist Masterpieces from the Museum of Fine Arts, which opens here Oct. 13.The perfume is a blend of jasmine, iris, lily of the valley, white rose and daffodil, with...
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January 31, 1991
Because of an editing error, an announcement yesterda about this fall's Monet exhibit at the Baltimore Museum of Art incorrectly stated that tickets would be available beginning today at the BMA. In fact, they must be purchased at Ticketron outlets. Tickets will be available at the museum beginning Sept.1.Tickets for the Baltimore Museum of Art's fall exhibition of paintings by Claude Monet will go on sale tomorrow at the BMA and Ticketron outlets.The exhibit, "Claude Monet: Impressionist Masterpieces from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston," will run from Oct. 13 through Jan. 19, 1992.
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By Tillie Friedenberg | February 8, 1992
Sara Contemplates the SculptureSara's eyes are on the marble childenfolded in the marble woman's arms.Sara's eyes are on the carved, bare breasts,nipples erect, expecting momentarilythe nursling's urgent grasp.But woman and child are marble numband centuries dry, Sara sighs.She yearns:her arms trembleher mouth waters.Camille Monet and a Child in the Artist's GardenOn this new-mown day, Camille Monetsits gently in the sunsewing quick silk stitches on a white chemise.On this painterly day, Camille Monetfollows gold birds circling cerulean skies,plump frogs jumping through the underbrush.
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By Baltimore Sun | February 5, 2010
'Turner to Cezanne' Where: Corcoran Gallery of Art, 500 17th St. NW, Washington When: Through April 25 (The museum is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.) What : Exhibition featuring a group of 19th- and 20th-century paintings and works on paper from the Davies Collection, National Museum of Wales. The 53 masterpieces — many of which have rarely been exhibited outside of Europe — include impressionist and postimpressionist artworks by Paul Cezanne, Edouard Manet, Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, J.M.W.
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By Eric Siegel | October 9, 1991
The colors at the Baltimore Museum of Art were varied and vibrant: yellows, oranges, reds, greens, blacks.We're not talking about the hues in the upcoming exhibit of 32 paintings by French Impressionist Claude Monet, but rather the shades on the steady stream of cabs that pulled up outside the museum's main entrance on Art Museum Drive yesterday.The occasion was the BMA's "Cab Driver Appreciation Day" -- a promotion designed to familiarize area taxi drivers with the museum's location before the expected influx of out-of-town visitors to the Monet exhibit and to get cabbies to talk up the show to fares who ask them what's going on around town.
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By William A. Davis and William A. Davis,BOSTON GLOBE | March 29, 1998
Claude Monet, founder of the impressionist school of painting, settled in Giverny, France, in 1883 and remained until his death 43 years later.Inspired by the tranquil Normandy countryside and his own artfully landscaped surroundings, Monet did some of his finest work here. So did many other artists, including a number of prominent American painters attracted both by the presence of the master and Giverny itself: a place profoundly rural but only 50 miles west of Paris.Nearly two dozen of Monet's dappled landscapes from this Seine valley village go on display today at the Walters Art Gallery.
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By Holly Selby and Holly Selby,SUN STAFF | November 23, 1997
A sign in the lobby at the Art Institute of Chicago coaxes families to become museum members. For $110, those who join get free admission to the museum for two years, access to special events, discounts on gift shop merchandise.Then comes the clincher: Families that join now, the sign says, will receive free tickets to the Renoir exhibition currently on view and free tickets to an exhibition of works by American impressionist Mary Cassatt that won't open for another year.If the museum world were a poker game, then the Art Institute would be holding two aces.
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By DIANE SCHARPER | March 8, 1993
At first, the colors call themselves to my attention: Shocking pinck, scarlet red, snow white, spring green, lavender blue. Then I notice the lines.Someone could draw a line between the two red poppies that stand in the upper middle of the page. That line could be extended three ways to form a rectangle. Millions of green threads hang from that imaginary rectangle.Below the green threads are red and pink poppies. Some are opened fully; others are still in bud. They sit on the page and look like kisses, like lipstick prints.
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By Tillie Friedenberg | February 8, 1992
Sara Contemplates the SculptureSara's eyes are on the marble childenfolded in the marble woman's arms.Sara's eyes are on the carved, bare breasts,nipples erect, expecting momentarilythe nursling's urgent grasp.But woman and child are marble numband centuries dry, Sara sighs.She yearns:her arms trembleher mouth waters.Camille Monet and a Child in the Artist's GardenOn this new-mown day, Camille Monetsits gently in the sunsewing quick silk stitches on a white chemise.On this painterly day, Camille Monetfollows gold birds circling cerulean skies,plump frogs jumping through the underbrush.
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By Linda Lowe Morris | October 13, 1991
The Baltimore Museum of Art is hoping you'll want to take Monet home with you. Or give Monet as a Christmas gift. Or have a little Monet hanging around the office.In conjunction with its newest exhibition, "Claude Monet; Impressionist Masterpieces from the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston," which opens today and runs through Jan. 19, 1992, the museum has opened a second gift shop devoted just to Monet reproductions, books on Monet and things with a Monet motif.Museum shop manager Steven Rostkowski has been haunting the gift shows and canvassing gift suppliers for Monet items for over a year and his search was wildly successful:There are 26 different books on Monet, 15 Monet posters, 12 Monet calendars, nine assortments of boxed Monet stationery, nine Monet puzzles, six Monet T-shirts, Monet engagement calendars large and small, a Monet tote bag, Monet mugs, Monet bookmarks, Monet postcard books, Monet bridge sets, Monet picture frames, Monet blank books, Monet desk accessories, Monet portfolios, Monet decorative boxes, Monet shopping bags, Monet videotapes, Monet flower seeds, perfume inspired by Monet gardens -- and to wrap it all up, Monet gift wrap.
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By Mike Giuliano and Mike Giuliano,Special to The Evening Sun | October 10, 1991
CLAUDE Monet has done more for gardening than all of the seed companies and green thumb newspaper columns combined. This Impressionist master depicted French flower gardens with so much summery affection that one need never worry about drought, insects or frost in the artist's back yard.Monet has in a sense come to our back yard with the exhibit opening Sunday at the Baltimore Museum of Art. It is no ordinary event, involving as it does a temporary swap between the Baltimore Museum of Art and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.
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By Linda Lowe Morris | October 13, 1991
The Baltimore Museum of Art is hoping you'll want to take Monet home with you. Or give Monet as a Christmas gift. Or have a little Monet hanging around the office.In conjunction with its newest exhibition, "Claude Monet; Impressionist Masterpieces from the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston," which opens today and runs through Jan. 19, 1992, the museum has opened a second gift shop devoted just to Monet reproductions, books on Monet and things with a Monet motif.Museum shop manager Steven Rostkowski has been haunting the gift shows and canvassing gift suppliers for Monet items for over a year and his search was wildly successful:There are 26 different books on Monet, 15 Monet posters, 12 Monet calendars, nine assortments of boxed Monet stationery, nine Monet puzzles, six Monet T-shirts, Monet engagement calendars large and small, a Monet tote bag, Monet mugs, Monet bookmarks, Monet postcard books, Monet bridge sets, Monet picture frames, Monet blank books, Monet desk accessories, Monet portfolios, Monet decorative boxes, Monet shopping bags, Monet videotapes, Monet flower seeds, perfume inspired by Monet gardens -- and to wrap it all up, Monet gift wrap.
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By Donna Peremes and Donna Peremes,New York Times News ServiceNew York Times News Service | October 11, 1990
Bridal fashions thrive in hard timesName a fashion business that thrives when times are slow. (Hint: When it makes an entrance, Wagner is playing; as it exits, Mendelssohn.)You got it: the bridal business.Even in hard times, makers of wedding dresses can depend on a steady demand. In 1989, a rocky year for fashion, there were 2,404,000 marriages, the seventh greatest number in U.S. history, according to government reports.Last year, the average wedding dress cost $794, not including veil, which cost about $170, according to a survey by Bride's magazine.
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By Linell Smith and Linell Smith,Evening Sun Staff | October 10, 1991
SUNLIGHT stroking the heads of poppies, waterlilies which pull viewers deep into reverie, a cathedral dissolving in morning shadows -- these are paintings which leave you blinded by the richness of the world."
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By Eric Siegel | October 9, 1991
The colors at the Baltimore Museum of Art were varied and vibrant: yellows, oranges, reds, greens, blacks.We're not talking about the hues in the upcoming exhibit of 32 paintings by French Impressionist Claude Monet, but rather the shades on the steady stream of cabs that pulled up outside the museum's main entrance on Art Museum Drive yesterday.The occasion was the BMA's "Cab Driver Appreciation Day" -- a promotion designed to familiarize area taxi drivers with the museum's location before the expected influx of out-of-town visitors to the Monet exhibit and to get cabbies to talk up the show to fares who ask them what's going on around town.
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