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By Nina Kalitina, Nathalia Brodskaia

The Best of sequence offers, because the identify indicates, highlights from the paintings of well known artists observed through biographical text

For Monet, the act of construction was once constantly a painful fight. His obsession to specific feelings and to transmit gentle results over nature used to be even more extreme than his contemporaries. In his phrases: “Skills come and go… paintings is often an identical: a transposition of Nature that requests as a lot will as sensitivity. I attempt and fight opposed to the sun…should to boot paint with gold and important stones.”

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Vol. 2, p. 284). They had stopped attending Gleyre’s studio, and together they now left to work in the region favoured by the Barbizon School painters, the Fontainebleau forest. Lodgings were only to be had in the small village of Chailly-en-Bière, at the far end of the forest. It had only two hotels: the Cheval Blanc and the Lion d’Or. All four moved into the Cheval Blanc, run by old Paillard. It was a cozy hotel, decorated with the canvases left behind by other painters who had stayed there in years before.

Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Massachusetts. qxp 5/27/2010 3:24 PM Page 39 The Wooden Bridge, 1872. Oil on canvas, 54 x 73 cm. Dr. Rau Collection, Dayton Art Institute, Dayton, Ohio. qxp 5/27/2010 3:24 PM Page 40 School, who had pointed French landscape painting towards its own native countryside; Millet and Courbet, who had turned to depicting the work and way of life of simple people; and, finally, Boudin and Jongkind, who had brought to landscape a freshness and immediacy lacking in works by the older generation of Barbizon painters.

P. 41). For Monet these were motifs that had been familiar and dear to him since childhood, and he would revisit them throughout his life. Naturally Monet introduced Bazille to his parents. “I have had lunch with Monet’s family,” Bazille wrote his mother. “They’re charming people. They have a charming estate at Sainte-Adresse, near Le Havre (…) I had to refuse their gracious invitation to spend the month of August there” (F. Daulte, op. , p. 41). Monet’s parents shared this estate with his Aunt Lecadre.

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