Very good release indeed. Reply Notify me 1 Helpful. Leonakis January 13, Report. Melodic, soulful techno at its best. Reply Notify me 4 Helpful. Mind Dance Themo is a classic I wouldnt be surprised if this gets re-issued. Klaus March 5, Report. Claudes best work to date, I don't understand the low ratings of this record at all. It embraces everything from sparse DBX-like tracks, clever dancefloor compositions and beautiful, stringleaden Detroit.
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Forgot your password? Get help. Learnodo Newtonic. Eat cheese you nubs! I am the coolest of them all! Ice cold girl, poo boy, poo girl You all are not cool to make fun of this. No way! Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here. He painted the same scene repeatedly to capture these nuances on canvas.
This idea informed his "Ice Drift Series," his Haystack paintings of the mids and s, and his stunning Poplars series of the s. In and , the artist camped out in a rented room that overlooked the Rouen Cathedral to work on a several canvases at once, each devoted to a different time of day, to create intensive studies of light and shadow. During this middle period in his artistic development, Monet's artworks moved toward abstraction, although the subjects were still recognizable, for the most part.
He experimented with paint to create not only more depth of color but also to add texture to the surface of the canvas. Known for his innovative brushwork, the artist utilized his signature short strokes and unadulterated hues to encapsulate momentary glimpses of the effect of light on perspective. The artist and his second wife, Alice, had moved their family to the hamlet of Giverny where they bought a home with property in Monet set to work to create a private haven where he would produce some of his most well-loved works over the final decades of his life.
Flower gardens and a lily pond with a picturesque Japanese bridge provided the landscapes that the artist would paint over and over again as the century began. He would later state that the Giverny gardens constituted his greatest work of art. During his travels in the first decade of the 20th century, the artist painted a series of the Houses of Parliament in the Palace of Westminster, which rises from the fog or towers over sun-gilded waters at sunset.
During the same period, the artist produced several paintings in a study of Waterloo Bridge and the Thames in various attitudes of light and fog. He also visited the Mediterranean region and Madrid in the early s. His chef d'oeuvre, however, was actually waiting for him in his own back yard where he produced his series of the water lily pond paintings, which consists of approximately canvases in total, 40 of them in large format.
The artist had painted his first renditions in the s but produced the majority of the works during the final two decades of his life. His early paintings of his lily pond included the conventional spatial boundaries of water, surrounding land and horizon, but as he progressed through these works, such boundaries began to merge until finally, the boundless pond became the universe, its scope immeasurable and defined exclusively by light.
After losing both his second wife, Alice, and his eldest son, Jean, in and respectively, the artist sought consolation by embarking upon a great new work, a series of massive Water Lilies panels.
On Armistice Day in , he arranged to donate the resulting murals to the French state for installation in La Musee de l'Orangerie.Claude Young. K likes. Electronic composer, web designer, videographer, sci-fi junkie, apple computer expert & world class DJ, these are but a few of the hats worn by the anomaly that is Claude Followers: K.
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