Give me a "G!" Give me a "ver-nee!" Say it with me folks: Giverny! Your favorite BYWAP hosts get Romantic:tm: and Wistful:tm: as they think about the idyllic French countryside, and how we wish more than anything to cozy up on a picnic together and paint impressionistic landscapes. Our gloomy host Claude Monet sits alongside us, working on six hundred canvases at once because the light keeps changing. Honestly, this is such a peaceful episode if you can look past ALL of our French pronunciation. We really do try... We promise. Join us as we cry over the summer holiday we crave to be on, get excited over Claude Monet being a speed demon, bash on The Royal French Salon, and we sing the legacy of a salty old painter and his pursuit of capturing the essence of water lilies. It's a love story, folks, if you know where to look. Things have changed, but we're changing with it. Donate. Sign petitions. Support Black-owned businesses. Challenge racism. Educate yourselves. Listen. Speak. Repatriate. Stay Safe. Don't Touch Your Face. Wash Your Hands. Donate! Donate to Black Lives Matter LA, the Action Bail Fund, Black Visions Collective. Please be sure you've signed petitions. If you like what we do, you can support BYWAP over on our Patreon! Find us online! You can follow BYWAP on Twitter and Instagram. You can also find us over on our website! We want to hear from you, to share this time with you. We're in this together, and we're better together. Please leave us a review wherever you listen to podcasts. Every little bit helps as we grow, and we cannot wait to talk to you all again. This is global. Your voice matters. Systemic change is possible. It will not happen overnight—so keep fighting! We stand with you. Our music was written and recorded by Elene Kadagidze. Our cover art was designed by Lindsey Anton-Wood.
In this episode we explore Monet’s Bouquet of Sunflowers, painted in 1881. A work that was revered by critics and artists alike, and was the inspiration for Van Gogh’s later sunflower paintings. For more information and to see the artwork being discussed please visit www.seventh-art.com/podcast
Soundings Mindful Media Podcast with Dean & Dudley Evenson
Dean and Dudley reminisce on their own background and artistic path which has many parallels in common with impressionist master Claude Monet. In this podcast, they talk about retracing the steps of Monet when they recently traveled to France. Their exploration began with visiting the many museums in Paris where his paintings are exhibited. They especially enjoyed the Musée de l’Orangerie where the huge water lily paintings he did toward the end of his life are displayed. Later they spent five days in Giverny in a renovated inn, just a block from Monet’s home and historic water and flower gardens. They made videos and field recordings and included them in their new album MONET’S GARDEN. To subscribe and to listen to this podcast on iTunes, please click here.To subscribe and to listen to this podcast on Spotify, please click here.
Ep. 176 🇫🇷 LIVE ENGLISH LESSON | THE LIFE OF CLAUDE MONET
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I'll be reading a short biography about the French Impressionist painter, Claude Monet. This will be a great way to improve your English listening comprehension because you will have the text in front of you as I read. 🟥 Link to the original video: https://youtu.be/XgQK2SJ_QRE 🟪 Here is the article I'm reading from: https://www.ducksters.com/biography/artists/claude_monet.php 🟩 Here is the 24 Hour Overnight at McDonald's Lesson: https://youtu.be/myVzQEPYA7s 🇺🇸 WANT TO KNOW MORE ABOUT THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA? Here's some shadowing practice. https://youtu.be/OVKuB984Sv8 🟨 To become a member and get special videos, join the Discord server, and special member chats, click this link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCakDTg9dhhAsr3WmHyJDa-g/join--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thisguy4/message
The Impressionist movement has been appealing to art lovers for about 150 years. While Claude Monet was not the sole inventor of the style, the movement was actually named after one of his paintings. Claude Monet was born in 1840. The 19th century brought us innovations that drastically changed how artists saw their role and their process. The advent of photography allowed artists to shift their focus away from use of paint as a means of recording what important people, places and things looked like. Artists started to shift their focus toward being more creative in their paintings focusing on color, and the expressive qualities that a camera could not capture. The tube of paint was also a 19th century invention. While it does not seem like such a big deal, the tube of paint made a wider range of hues available to artists and made those paints more portable. Monet and the Impressionists were well known to love painting outside. They stood in the landscape carefully capturing the colors as they saw them rather than staying in the studio painting from memory. While audiences today might look at paintings by Monet and other Impressionists as pleasant compositions that are fairly realistic, at the time, Impressionist paintings were revolutionary and viewed as scandalously sloppy when compared to the more traditional works that would have been seen in the Paris Salon. For this episode, we discussed one of Monet's water lilies paintings from what is perhaps his best known and most beloved series. Check out Water Lilies for 1906 at this link or on the website www.WhoArtEdPodcast.com
Claude Monet inspired this month’s podcast about the Art of the Diet. He inspired it not for his fitness regime or low-fat recipes because both those concerns did not appear to be on his mind at all. But, what does impress is the care and attention he gave to food and its preparation as well as presentation. These aspects can energize a weight maintenance program. www.artofthediet.com
Monet is probably the most famous Impressionist and he's known for his beautiful depictions nature, particularly waterlilies. Full Show Notes with photos: https://ridgelightranch.com/why-study-monet-podcast-60/
Ryan McCallister Loves Pierre-Joseph Redoute and Claude Monet
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Can you believe what's happening?! I'm chatting with Martha Stewart's head gardener Ryan McCallister about his love for Pierre-Joseph Redoute and Claude Monet!! I can't believe it either!! I also talk about art in the workplace and the importance of arts education. Woohoo! It's all happening!! Links: Ryan McCallister Pierre-Joseph Redoute Claude Monet Late Night Alternatino The Last Black Man In San Francisco