MONET, CLAUDE: Kenneth Clark TV - Tim Marlow TV - Waldemar Januszczak TV - Sister Wendy Beckett TV - Fake or Fortune TV - Claude Monet - Helen Gardner - Paul Cezanne - Matthew Collings TV -
9,860. Finally he [Monet] turned to the water lily garden which had had made in his grounds ... Total immersion ... I feel therefore I am. (Art & Civilisation & Artists: Monet) Kenneth Clark, Civilisation 11/13 The Worship of Nature
9,895. Claude Monet: Water-Lilies after 1916: An extraordinary late Monet painting of Monet’s lily pond … Maybe the first installation of modern art. (Art & Artists: Monet) Tim Marlow on ... The New Tate Modern
10,643. Monet is using his intense close scrutiny of Nature to rethink the whole notion of landscape painting ... Monet never experimented with colour for its own sake: it was always used to evoke the effects of natural light. (Art & Painting & Artists: Monet) Tim Marlow at the Courtauld 3/3
10,089. Monet and Renoir would spend their summers sniffing out modern places by the river. (Art & Artists: Monet & Artists: Renoir) Waldemar Januszczak, The Impressionists: Painting and Revolution I: Gang of Four
10,108. Impression Sunrise by Claude Monet: the picture which gave its name to Impressionism ... TV proof at last that Impression Sunrise actually shows a sunrise. (Art & Night & Artists: Monet) Waldemar Januszczak, The Art of the Night ****
10,644. The whole of Monet’s life was spent by the water. And water was the main obsession of his art as well. (Artists: Monet & Water) Waldemar Januszczak, The Impressionists: Painting and Revolution I: Gang of Four
10,645. A special boat he had built for himself – a floating studio custom-made for exploring the river. ibid.
10,646. Monet and Pissarro, both of who had children and mistresses to look after, fled here to London. (Artists: Monet & Artists: Pissarro & London) ibid.
10,647. Because it was here in London that Monet and Pissarro discovered Turner. (Art & Money & Artists: Pissarro & London & Artists: Turner) ibid.
10,648. The true hero among the original Impressionists – the ones who started it all – was Monet. The second half of Monet’s career was even more radical than the first. Waldemar Januszczak, The Impressionists IV: Painting and Revolution: Final Flourish
10,649. He wanted to paint a set of giant water lilies and to hang them in a large round space so that they completely encircled you. ibid.
10,168. Handcart: Snow-Covered Road at Honfleur: Claude Monet. (Art & Artists: Monet) Sister Wendy Beckett, BBC
10,169. She seems to be cocooned in ice: Camille On Her Deathbed: Claude Monet. (Art & Artists: Monet) ibid.
10,636. The art world: glamour, wealth, intrigue. Beneath the surface there is a darker place, a world of high stakes and gambles. (Fake & Art & Artists: Monet) Fake or Fortune s1e1: Monet BBC 2011
10,637. We help one man in his struggle to try to prove his painting is by ... Monet ... In the art world Monet means money. (Fake & Art & Artists: Monet) ibid.
10,638. Even for a Monet to get to auction it first has to be approved by a very powerful family: the Wildensteins are a family dynasty of billionaire art dealers ... No Monet is ever sold in a major auction house without being listed. (Fake & Art & Artists: Monet) ibid.
10,639. A painting both generations of Wildensteins have rejected. But Philip thinks they may have overlooked something. 82-year-old David Joel has been fighting a long battle to get his painting accepted ... La Bords de la Seine a Argentueil. (Fake & Art & Artists: Monet) ibid.
10,640. Monet was one of a group of revolutionary artists who breathed new life and light into art. He brought painting out of the confines of the studio and into the open air ... There was one painting that started it all ... Impression: Sunrise. And this is where Impressionism gets its name. (Fake & Art & Artists: Monet) ibid.
10,641. The evidence is stacking up ... Professor John House knows the genuine article and knows how to spot it ... ‘I’ve never had a moment’s doubt it was painted by Monet.’ (Fake & Art & Artists: Monet) ibid.
10,642. It seems outrageous that they [Wildenstein] can just defy international opinion like that. (Fake & Art & Artists: Monet) ibid.
10,650. Colour is my day-long obsession, joy and torment. (Artists: Monet & Colour) Claude Monet
10,651. I am following Nature without being able to grasp her; I perhaps owe having become a painter to flowers. (Artists: Monet & Nature & Flowers) Claude Monet
10,652. My life has been nothing but a failure. (Artists: Monet & Life’s Like That & Fail) Claude Monet
10,653. It’s on the strength of observation and reflection that one finds a way. So we must dig and delve unceasingly. (Artists: Monet & Observation) Claude Monet
10,654, Every day I discover more and more beautiful things. It’s enough to drive one mad. I have such a desire to do everything my head is bursting with it. (Artists: Monet & Beauty) Claude Monet
10,655. Monet, with a scientific precision, has given us an unparalleled and unexcelled record of the passing of time as seen in the movement of light over identical forms. Helen Gardner
10,656. Monet is only an eye but – oh what an eye! (Artists: Monet & Eye) Paul Cezanne
110,338. The main impressionist was Claude Monet: reality, sensuality, colour – Monet’s inheritance from Manet. (Art & Artists: Monet) Matthew Collings, Impressionism: Revenge of the Nice, Channel 4 2004
110,339. Monet is making how a picture works be the exciting thing. (Art & Artists: Monet) ibid.
110,340. Impressionists lose money on the show but they don’t lose heart. ibid.
110,341. Here is that painting: Impression Sunrise. (Art & Artists: Monet) ibid.
110,342. Over the years he became a grand figure. (Art & Artists: Monet) ibid.