19 Burst results for "Claude Monet"

"claude monet" Discussed on Maureen From Quarantine

Maureen From Quarantine

02:28 min | 2 months ago

"claude monet" Discussed on Maureen From Quarantine

"Again it's even cooler to do this with your kids to our anyone, your significant other, or do it on your own, and really breakout out the seeds, or rinse them off whatever you need to do, as it's quite calming, and can be very cathartic, especially now in quarantine and steady, these the caller and the surfaced shape. Is it classy that Adul-, Matte Finish and look how organic all of this is all natural. While here I look at it and just think wow, especially when there's so many even when you're taking like little, green pepper, apart or red pepper, all those seeds so many seeds everywhere I'm so aware of them now in the sunflower seeds, and you can even steady this stem. The shape of the stem and then the flower. or the fruit steady every aspect of it and all of it. It's really cool and and educational. And it brings great peace and joy to. And so It Claude Monet said. My Garden is my most beautiful masterpiece. There is an artist. It's truly a creative process, and whether one is just taking a little bit and putting it in a little tiny sil- to do a little herbs in the kitchen or A farm and entire farmland, think of that all the acreage, the farm land, and what's going on with all the fruits and veggies in the entire world and so. It's kind of cool to think about saving seeds from the plants to. When you've got the plants going to see what seeds are are there sprouting from the plans and save those and so there is a way to do that, and you can dry these seeds and gathering. Save Them and then you spread the seats on the newspaper and just let the mayor dry for about a week so. Then you can write the little seed names on the newspaper, and so that they don't mix it up and You can pack these seeds in little paper, packets or envelopes, and then just label them with the planet may more other Info..

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"claude monet" Discussed on Quiz and Trivia show - with Bevvo

Quiz and Trivia show - with Bevvo

03:22 min | 6 months ago

"claude monet" Discussed on Quiz and Trivia show - with Bevvo

"Seventeen. I want you to give me a year in the life of the artist. Claude Monet Claude. Monet. Let's say he was born in the year one thousand and you live to the one thousand and fifty so a year in his life would be somewhere between one thousand and one hundred and fifty simple sip. He's not that I wanted to give me a year in the life of the artist. Claude Monet I we're getting to the end of the second. Half what is the maximum number of stars? A restaurant can be awarded from the Michelin Guide. The restaurant's Michelin God recognition. How many stars is the maximum amount that can gain nine thousand nine which folded and name is given to the head of division faculty or School in a university which folded a name given to the head of a Division University? Last question at the end of the Second. Half fifty fifty. True of Folks Equatorial Guinea is on the acquaintance. Guinea's on the equator true or false. We'll give you the answers to all those questions at the Second. Half after the big question and this episode we'll give you fifteen seconds to think about which for. Us states have a double litter in which four US state misspelling of a double John's up. That's fifteen seconds. Did you get three? Maybe to hang together Four states that have a double end is Connecticut. Minnesota Pennsylvania and Tennessee Connecticut Minnesota Pennsylvania and Tennessee. The FOUR STATES. That have a double in them. Okay the answers to the sick enough kristen eleven. We asked for dotting friends in the three musketeers. They were F- those Porthos and Aramis three inseparable at Thorson. Aramis there are one hundred tiles in conventional scribble safety ninety eight and to blinks thirteen. Ranji ten you would eight it From Indonesia Harry Lie. Mr Sparkled Vita spoke has t positive blood for the audio exhibit. The name of the actor was Denzel Washington. The mood was training from the year. Two Thousand and one those three guys name would part of the WWe yours. I used to notice WWF tomato to change the world wrestling entertainment. Seventeen year in the life of Claude Monet. He lived from eighteen. Forty to nineteen twenty six somewhere between eight hundred. Forty one thousand nine hundred sixty self. The point what's the maximum number of stars three stars you can get a few. Michelin Guide restaurant. A Dean looks after faculty at a university and Fifty Equatorial Guinea. It's not on the equator. It's just north about two degrees. That concludes the second half Hobbiton. You did pretty well. Mine's Bevere make sure you subscribe will follow and you plan to get the latest episodes and until next time thanks for listening to quiz and Trivia show..

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Monet's Gardens at Giverny

Travel with Rick Steves

06:23 min | 8 months ago

Monet's Gardens at Giverny

"Start with a look at the intimate gardens. That impressionist painter Claude Monet created around the end of the nineteenth century at his house. In Javanese Elizabeth Murray is a gardener in an artist from the Monterey Bay area in California. She volunteered nearly a year of her life to help restore the gardens in nineteen eighty five. She's updated and re released. The beautiful photo filled book. She compiled to convey how. Mornay created his gardens as a work of art in themselves. It's also where you can experience his famous water. Lilies in-person her book is called Monet's passion ideas inspiration and insights from the painters gardens. Elizabeth thanks for being here. My pleasure thank you for inviting me. Anybody who loves ART KNOWS IMPRESSIONISM? And when you say impressionism you think Claude Monet. Set up the garden. What is it with the great painter? Having his own garden to help inspire his art his garden was both a sanctuary for him and his family and a place that became his biggest inspiration and he lived there and she bernie a little village for forty three years and he's heard to create this garden for his own pleasure and delight and then realized it had everything he needed to paint. He didn't have to travel outside of it any longer as he was aging. And all these other political things in wars were happening so here is the garden of great beauty that nourished him inspired him and he organized the colors implants than reflections said that it was something he could be inspired to paint each day so he spent his last forty three years there. He died in nineteen twenty six today nearly one hundred years after his death we can go there and enjoy the gardening wizardry of this great painter because he painted and he planted and it comes together. Now you've visited back in Nineteen eighty-four reading your book. It's just an amazing story. Tell us how you first met Jeff Rene and then why that changed your life. Well I've always been a painter and a gardener and when I went there I literally got a lump in my throat. I had fallen in love. I thought more than anything I want to know. This garden intimately and the best way to know a garden is to work in it so I had a French friend with me and I didn't speak French and she helped me meet one of the gardeners who said Oh you must go and speak to monsieur vendor camp and ask if you can work here and I thought you know what I live in Carmel. California. I have a great house in nine people working for me as a professional gardener. But I'm willing to give that up in order to work for free and it has been something that has enriched my life but wait a minute about thirty years ago you were traveling around and you were visiting gardens all over Europe teen a lot of gardens your professional gardener with your own staff. You went to Germany two hours west of Paris and you were so impacted by that that you went home. Quit your job and moved to France and volunteered for nearly a year. Yes that's right and I didn't speak French. Learn some Don Don. Does she need Let me soon to Clinton. I'm not a gardener. I go to these Great Gardens in Europe and I love them. They just are delights How was a step above? All of those will. It was a step into my heart. That was it. It wasn't that it was grander by any means. But I love Monet asa artist and so this is like a living painting and I felt like many people who visit the spirit of Monet. So when you feel the spirit of someone you love and admire and then you get to see some of the ideas and where he lived. You really feel his presence. And that's really what I fell in love with. And so you have a great painter. Who New Light? His whole his biggest emphasis was painting light and all the shades of color so instead of just organizing a bouquet or organizing a still life. He organized a whole garden. That would have the colors that sang for him with his kind of color sensitivity and rules of collar. Now this is interesting Elizabeth. You're talking about late. And you know the whole rallying cry of the impressionist movement was for the artists to get out of the studio and into the light and they would satisfy easels out in nature and then they will grab the light and and these are dislike. Monet would famously paint the facade of a church at different times of day in for them. It wasn't the same subject. It was completely different subject because the late in the shadow would play on the physical object differently at different times of day. And this is sort of the essence of impressionism. Isn't it it's capturing the light and the reflections in the shadows exactly the impression of that moment gave its name impressionism. His one thing to have it on a building. In which money did they incredible ones of the Cathedral in Rwanda but then you have living texture of plants that are going to change with the light and they have their own vibration as an artist and a gardener? Elizabeth you could sit in Monet's garden and would you appreciate the different times of Day. Would you insulate dimension of it? So as a sightseer we can go in the morning and we can go out for lunch and take a walk and come back in the afternoon and artistically. It's a different garden absolutely and then it might rain. You might have pouring rain. Bring an umbrella and then the rain will break and you'll have gray clouds and everything will be all shiny and sparkly or you might be there for early. Do or you might be there for little frost. The seasons completely changed the cars. Just it's carbonated the whole experience by appreciating this extra dimension. I'm Rick Steves and our guest. Elizabeth Murray is an artist photographer and gardening expert. She helped with the restoration of Claude. Monet's famous gardens at Scheffer name after time and the Second World War had left them in ruins. She's published a book called Monet's passion with photos. Observations and tips on the plants Monet us to convey a vocabulary of color in his gardens.

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"claude monet" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:34 min | 8 months ago

"claude monet" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"If approved Thursday the canvas control commission will have several more steps to take with your races before it opens including issuing a notice in a full inspection of inventory a federal judge in Boston okay is the limited release of Pentagon papers case records a federal judge has ruled the government must release some records on two grand jury investigations in Boston nearly fifty years ago into the leak of the Pentagon papers the ruling comes on a petition filed in twenty eighteen by Jill Lepore Harvard University professor and staff writer for new Yorkers in her ruling US district judge Alison Berle's grants limited disclosure of grand jury materials but not the unfettered access stop by Lepore the Pentagon papers released by former government consultant Daniel Ellsberg to The New York Times The Washington Post and other newspapers on mass government deceived about the Vietnam War I'm like Rossio Boston's museum of fine arts turns one hundred fifty the museum is kicking off a year of birthday celebrations that will include the exhibition of all thirty five of its paintings by impressionist master Claude Monet it has received congratulations on its one hundred fiftieth birthday from other leading museums including the Getty museum in Los Angeles and new York's metropolitan museum of art we'll have more news coming up excuse me Sir could you help me out I'm looking for sewer pop sorry I'm just confident visit the real experts at Williamson pumping motor family owned for over fifty years a service what they sell W. E. C. O. dash group dot com don't get nervous call Williams in for sales and service it's so bad the dog is been spooning with the cat all my.

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"claude monet" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:48 min | 9 months ago

"claude monet" Discussed on KCRW

"NPR news when you look at a painting on a museum wall you might think about the artist and their technique you probably don't think about what it took to get the painting on that wall a show now at the Denver art museum through early February brings together more than one hundred paintings by Claude Monet and Colorado public radio Stephani wolf tells us about the huge effort to get them all in one place Serra good Janelle make Daniel as like a travel agent for art as Denver art museum's chief registrar she booked the itineraries for nearly a hundred and twenty Monet's from more than seventy lenders around the world museums as well as private collectors it is a lot there are many many spreadsheets her day started unexpectedly around one forty five AM when one of her nine Monet shipments for the day arrived at the museum hours ahead of schedule she takes a break from dealing with all of that or at least she thinks she's taking a break we've coordinated with the embassy is that all of these countries of things that are importing I thought I turned everything that is my customs broker do you know your cousins record pretty well we are very good friends we talk at all hours of day and night the first thing could you know make Daniel dies and this process is convinced lenders that the museum will take good care of all of these treasures because the works of Monet an impressionist master are worth a lot of doubt this your painting from his grain stacks series sold at an auction for more than a hundred and ten million dollars Sotheby's says that was an auction record for an impressionist work the Denver art museum won't tell us the combined value of it show nor how much it costs to insure citing security reasons that's standard according to the American alliance of museums the museum did however get help from a federal program.

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"claude monet" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"claude monet" Discussed on KOMO

"Here's the questions. J m w Turner is one of my favorite artists. And if you look at Turner's work, he a tad. He started out with a very particular style of painting an innovated a new way of painting by the time he passed away. I'm not gonna tell you what experts in that field. Call those styles opinion because candidly, I'm not one hundred percent sure, they you know, he's an English romantic painter. But I don't know what that is. Now. This guy Claude Monet now Turner died in eighteen fifty was born in seventeen seventy three Monet painted the famous haystacks read stacks, haystacks impressionism. In the year. Eighteen ninety in Claude Monet is called the father of impressionism. I must not know what the definition of impressionism is. Because when I look at Turner's paintings towards the end of his life. I'm like why isn't that called impressionism? Why isn't Turner the father of impressionism had look impressionism? Is there must be some weird art history definition with which I do not agree. Like using paint in light to express the world in a different way. Well, I mean, okay. So Turner's use of paint was a little gloomy. He wasn't. I mean, Monet's all happy, and there's picnics and haystacks and Turner's painting ships sinking in a storm. But the absence of light is light, according to artists the art world. So come on. I'm telling ya. Eight seven seven three nine seven fifty six sixty six pants. Our history. Professor there's got to be one out there. Tell me why isn't Turner known. As the father of impressionism. What how do you want to be a player in a bigger game in your retirement? That begs the question, do you want to have a bigger retirement talk about a zombie apocalypse, planning in that is it's more than cash flow. It's more than how your mutual fund what kind of rate of return. It got more than what the asset under management fee is that those are the sub components of retirement planning. We have to steer around high unreimbursed medical expenses. We have to do this. We have to do that. But I plan to do that for you. I planned to steer around all those obstacles. So now what? Let's broaden the definition. Let's talk about the things that you fear. The most happening. Let's plan for that. Because I use the example what happens if my an I'm going to be perfect candidate. I'm fifty five years old. And I'm having a hard time thinking about it. But I I am going to discipline myself to use the financial models that I- innovated. To help me walk through this like the sub components of losing my spouse. Like, I would probably like if she passed today, we would downsize our house that has a financial impact. I got to sell the house is going to be real estate agents a commission. So I lost a little bit there. Right. I've gotta do this. I gotta do that. I got to get my kids out. One's eighteen one's nineteen. So it's not like they're five. Okay. Mom, dad out the door. Take your diapers with you know, it's not like that. Where would I go? How word I relocate? Where would it? How would my life be different? Is there something about what I really want? That my current situation stops me from now retirement planning like if you read inequality by Steve Jobs towards the end of his life. It's like dude assume you're already did what would your life be like now, these are bold statements coming from a radio, dude? I understand that however holidays like why can't we ask that question? What why is Claude Monet the father impressionism? When Turner was doing the same stuff in a dark way fifty years prior. We can ask that questions. We're grownups. We can redefine retirement planning. If we want to we can say, look, how would I navigate around this what if my pet died? What if I had also one of our house burnt down. Now you laugh, but I have a client client who showed up a year after retention kind of fell off our project management timeline their house burnt down. Like, it was like a real thing, you know, and and the. You know, their insurance covered financially. They took the precautions that they thought they needed to take which was insurance yea, however, what they did not calculate is all the collateral damage and all the sub components about. Okay. Where do we live, and we got an outdo here? We don't have closed goodbye, all of these things was absolutely disastrous. Now for me. I what I would do is. I would map those out I would a dentist. This sub components financial sub components of that event. And then I would reverse engineer for you to determine the right cash flow that you need for your retirement for all the things you've been told you need count for plus the zombie apocalypse events like that that will tell you the rate of return based upon your risk profile some other factor. Tell me about Turner and Monet. Yeah, you're right. So she asked me how about Genesis. I'm like, I don't know who Genesis is this band is Phil Collins right now. Okay. Okay. Thumbs up or thumbs down on Genesis, eight seven seven three nine seven fifty six sixty six. We'll be back right after this..

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"claude monet" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"claude monet" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"She's she looks like her body looks modern in that. She has a very flat stomach. She's basically has an ideal body of today while back then that would have been like, whoa. She's to real like, she she doesn't have the. The soft voluptuousness of a painted new which is what people would have been much more comfortable with viewing in art and the paintings of idealism rankled viewers. So it was like people were like, oh, this just looks too much like a real person, the painting's flatness inspired by Japanese woodblock art serves to make the nude more human and less up Jesus and fully dressed black servants featured exploiting, the then current theory that black people were, hyper sexed. Yeah. It's very uncomfortable. That she is wearing the clothing of servants to accord his on here. Furthers the sexual tension of the peace so Olympia body as well as her gaze is unabashedly confrontational the look on her faces like, yeah. And that's basically what she looks like she's saying to you. She defiantly looks out. At her servant offers flowers from one of her male suitors, although hand rests on her leg hiding her pubic area the reference to traditional female virtue is ironic. A notion of modesty is notoriously absent in this work. A contemporary critic denounced Olympia's, quote, shamelessly flexed left hand, which seemed to him a mockery of the relaxed shielding hand of Titians Venus. Likewise, the alert black cat at the foot of the bed strikes sexually rebellious note in contrast to that of the sleeping dog and Titians portrayal of the goddess in his Venus of our beano. So her to be a contract, I was supposed to be contrast like look at the sweet sleeping dog. Look at the sexy. Black cat. And her hand is flexed its not like an it's true. She's not like just like rescuing. Yeah. You think of like Venus emerging from her shell and she kind of is like gently covering her hurt crucial region. That's art world term for it. I mean, I work at art museum. Now, what can I say, I speak in this high democ way? Now get used to it everybody, but her hand is flex like she's trying to draw attention to ever, which is kind of genius. And it's just I mean, I can't draw hands. So it's a good thing. So his other famous works are a Barth folly, Berge hair from eighteen eighty two which is that one of the girl who's the bartender just wearing that very tight. Bodice and you see all the liquor behind her in that kind of thing. She's got like, she's very cute. So that's a famous painting. And then also a very famous painting of his called the Pfeiffer or the young flattest from eighteen sixty six it's just a little boy playing flute. I mean, it's nice. It's perfectly fine very opposite to his skinless scandal. Women Olympia Olympia is very beautiful. It's a great piece and this idea of like a reclining nude like Olympia was done throughout history. Another one is on. Odalisque? Oh lease. And it's funny because the other thing is is that Italy and other odalisques of that, it's usually like the gazes. What's looking for? It's a kind of held back in away either looking over their shoulder coyly. So it's even though they're making I contact with viewer. It's not confrontational kind of like. Oh, no. You caught me kind of thing. It's supposed to be sexy in Koi, or the is are downturns or she's like paying attention to her twat like she's undressing or dressing or whatever. But Olympia has very Frank. And she has like a very. Intense presence in the painting. And that's what people were scandalized by also people were scandalized by just about everything at the Sam like for a bunch of bohemians. They were like oh. You wonder why we don't have any French listeners. Offended the mall away. The Irish would tell us if we had any French, okay? All right next. We have Claude Monet. He was born November fourteenth eighteen forty died December fifth nineteen twenty six. He was born Oscar Claude Monet in Paris only child of a ship Chandler and a singer. They called him. Oscar, he signed his very early works. Oh, monet. He was drafted into the army to fight the war in ALgeria. He got sick with typhoid and as anti arrange to get him out of the military and into art school..

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"claude monet" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan

105.3 The Fan

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"claude monet" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan

"We'll put an end year rate of the rate of you. But I hate to tell you this Colby, and you cannot accept it. And that's fine. But that's not what he's best known for his best known for high five. Yeah. Being David putty from Seinfeld. Yeah. I mean, he is you don't have to like. That's what I saw him. He's best known. Brock Samson in the venture rather does he not the serve? No. He always think that he's the voice of the data. Incredible. But that's not FOX T Nelson. Hayden fox. But either way Patrick Warburton. He's actually done quite a bit of voice over stuff. Yeah. He's a he's definitely better than me. I like him quite a bit Claude Monet died in eighteen forty a painter his artistic mission was to document the French countryside. He did it through impressionism because as he was going blind. You really couldn't see? So he started painting little dots. So you're doing impressions of people when you step away from the dots. Then you see the entire picture and doesn't matter that it's not strokes dots. And it's fine. So he did like sunrise and water lilies. Water lilies. Is the most famous one, okay? Probably be worth like two hundred million dollars. If you're an artist that I've actually heard of you can be better than me. Better than mayonnaise though. Yeah. I think so. Okay. Two different styles. But yes, I think so we'll somebody did very interesting though. He was no ninja turtle was named after him. And that's pretty ridiculous disappointed. I don't understand why the name Claude well for Monet. Yeah. It really doesn't say, okay. Claude. Leonardo Rafael Hello Michelangelo Claude. They had splinter Luther anyway, turning sixty four today. Yanni mean laurel? Okay. Hold on. That's yeah. Yanni floral Yanni. But what is I don't know that is you don't know who Yanni is is he the the poofy haired guy. Maybe not Parker play Yanni's hits starting with this. First one. I couldn't find them. Played is play the entire album keys to imagine nation. Yeah. This zoo us, thank you. Yanni hair? Yeah. And he plays all the plays like a. Kelly said a great national record in the fifty meter freestyle swim when he was fourteen. Well, he sucks now that. The butt of a joke. Right. Everybody's like whenever you want to say. Oh, yeah. But you're Yanni. About that. Masterpiece at one zero five three the fed coming up next. How we do some percentages eight seven seven eight eight one one zero five three right here on the fan coming up tomorrow on the skin show. We're live from plumbers and grapevine so stop by and see us. We'll go behind enemy lines to get an idea of what the Atlanta Falcons are all about. It's a massive game for the Cowboys. They got to go get this dub right on with us as we talk through. How exactly they're going to get it done three to seven on one zero five three the your child when it comes to taking care of your family and keeping up with work..

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Rockefeller art collection breaks auction records

24 Hour News

02:05 min | 2 years ago

Rockefeller art collection breaks auction records

"In the cabin a delta airlines flight from detroit to denver was evacuated tuesday night james mcmanus the passenger on the flight spoke with kpmg hdtv we were grateful that it wasn't while we were in the air could have been a lot worse firefighters greeted flight eighteen fifty four when it landed at denver international airport shortly after eight pm an airport spokeswoman says no major injuries were reported from smoking elation but a handful of passengers did suffer minor injuries during the evacuation mcmanus says most of them were grateful it turned out as it did finally all deplane we're on the ground we are kind of sitting there complaining amongst ourselves and one guy pointed out that it didn't happen while we were in the air so once again in hindsight it was couldn't go on any better investigators say they didn't find a fire on the plane a mcdonnell douglas md ninety four the ap i'm bob kessler with rivet some of the greatest of the world was sold off for charity in new york raising six hundred forty six million dollars during the first night of a spectacular auction the art collection of billionaire david rockefeller includes pieces from pablo picasso claude monet and georgia o'keefe highlights of the sale at christie's included young girl with a flower basket a nineteen o five painting by pablo picasso it's old for one hundred fifteen million dollars the second highest price at auction for a picasso ever paintings by claude monet and andrei matisse also set new price records for the artists christie says the money will be given to a number of charities rockefeller and his wife peggy supported in there lifetime's rockefeller was the last surviving grandson of standard oil founder john d rockefeller when he died in march two thousand seventeen at the age of one hundred one the head of japanese technology company softbank group says it will sell its stake in indian e commerce company flip card to walmart softbank founder and ceo mass they asked she son didn't give any details in confirming the agreement while discussing the company's quarterly results softbank plans to give up some of its stake in the wireless company sprint under a twenty six and a.

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"claude monet" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"claude monet" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"That it becomes an let me take you back david what do you remember of earlier when he arrived on the seed looking like some kind of french harry potter revolutionary revolutionary the way that he scouted for plays the way he found plays the kind of football he was attempting to play changing also from football club who will boring boring during the one they'll to the us they were british back to front macho bist state chips culture so it was a premier league chile parochial lesser i'm gonna say this off the top the idea that like all art has to look like claude monet and sort of waterlilies beautiful little streams nice little bridges over the top i don't believe that's all i believe to edbon move the screen is believed that brutal is an architecture as i've picasso is off i don't expect it to be pretty and i think all football is whatever starting you play but he played a form of football that was not being played previously in england and certain not an awesome football club but it was the players he was starting to find the way he was thought to combine them with each other that was revolution dave i love you what you're saying is claude monet is also to you claude from arsenal fantasy ntv it's not all but i doesn't have to be pretty pretty challenging it is co madrid for me is our and those players that hebrew in patrick vieira emmanuel petit overmars robert perez freddie lemberg above all of buffalo tearyeyed ray entertainers tactically of gold i mean venga introducing the ideas of health training utrition scouting youth development essentially science and the first time i interviewed venga he taught mind blowing late about how we'd brought peripheral vision testing into the club and he realized overmars so better peripherally one either and the other and so we switched the side of the ball played into him and his career became into stellar peripheral vision david peripheral vision english football is mostly playing drunk by then it was sweating bear in pice wet on the field in front of us and he was a man who thought about how you see the corner of your eye and how that.

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"claude monet" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"claude monet" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"And i always love his ballerinas um and the restaurants there it's called the restaurant and key here it's phenomenal it really is flow can work their they'll have your lovely wide lovely wife ran i indeed way up we visitors france many many times so mature fighter it took out rapture added has if you remember the dazzling chandeliers and all the links yes it's actually listed as a historic monument and then you know its traditional cuisine with seasonal fair because that's the way of course they cook here and uh the dishes the plates are very often leaked to the exhibit switches kind of cool and then thursday evening's uh it's a have a special where you can experience the museum and the restaurant which i think everybody that goes should do that i mean we're can you died in the museum seriously um that that is so special that anybody can do it wouldn't didn't experience indeed eating in a during winter time the the the wonderful piece throws what are some of your favorite are they listed on the uh uh of certain article in your book on claude monet the joy are eating uh where we talk about it we talk about it in one or two chapters on decreasing i mentioned a lot of places and actually in the first burke i actually i quit in on this special places said i'd like to go but in the second book which is the wrinkle bucked for one you have which is in french english i had to let go at that people can go on the website and they'll see the listing of the restaurants and hotels they recommend and some of the shopping places to go um it's it's a fun website in if they read the book big uh or want to do a book group about the book there's also we're reading died on the website and they can also like you know purchase the art on uh on the website if they so choose with the cartel i think it is dot com which is listed there and we have the site on at sea as well but i wanted to tell you also about the uh police tokyo which is a phenomenal museum that houses contemporary art and they have to amazing restaurants one of which is my absolute favorite and that's called months here blue which is very very modern very very she uh the restaurant overlooks the scene and.

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"claude monet" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"claude monet" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"You richard lemme add an additional fought you said that your goal in addition to generating the income that you need as tax efficiently as possible for as long as you live that's the first goal second however was protection of your wife financial you die or is it your intention for your children you have two sons right is that your intention for them to get their inheritance upon the second death of you and your wife brooke at through i i guess uh it would depend on the implications of doing matter or waiting longer meaning that he might put the money into trust and have the money distributed at a given date many years potentially after you've died karuk okay how old are your son's or hurry claude monet either of them married one of them is any children and grandchildren among them what one grandchild anymore interests painted probably okay and so think about this if your children are in their 30s you're in your name dis and you expect to live into your 90s that means your children would be waiting for their inheritance until they are in their fifties grech do you think will need the money then as much as they might be able to take advantage of it now our one case uh not one tcs nearly case of who knows but i hear you like it probably could use with now rather than later and and and it's easy to find out just ask them and say hey kids if i if your mom and i were to give you one hundred thousand dollars or five hundred thousand dollars what would you do with the money here they're answer and if you like it given the money and if you don't like it don't throw it that simple and what i think you'll discover is that at in their 30s they will probably give you some really good answers like paying off debt or buying a house or a car or saving for college for the mirror child or starting a business or a you as opposed to buying jewellery cars vegas i think you'll be impressed asked with a maturity level.

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"claude monet" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"claude monet" Discussed on WJR 760

"Of december first and second that orchestra all djeich cost is violin concerto russian portraits with a detroit symphony orchestra show seven sixty wjr move god i have arth needed hey dave brown outlined again we're already headed hurst a great ran ran when the down on woodward a great well no money gotta great museum lung limited got anson chan was as we god as an amazing i new the and there's a new exhibit very yet as you know we'd like to figure out exactly uh places to go for the whole family i was there the other day and there was a scoop must have been sixth graders or something like that coming to visit of their too i guess we could call him small exhibits uh an american artist frederick church but the big draw the big name would have to be claude monet and on our direct phone line now the d i s socie curator of european art i think jill shaw that takes you what from 18 fifty the 1950 you're so is that when that period was yes you're exactly right we hot modern european art at the dia and this once called monet framing life wide the title of that well there are you read them and i hope that when uh your visit your gas five visit show it will become apparent by the end but we like to play on the term frame in the exhibition because i'm the show really focuses on our sole monet masterpiece in the collection and we have installed to work in a very unique way we've been at like a sculpture without at sprain and so the title is in part a play on the fact that we've installed our work without a frame we also want to talk about how in the exhibition about how monet is very very careful about and deliberate about the way in which heat the subject matter and which in the way in which he frame of life for rounds him in the four sides of us who was claude monet what wendy live we're we're did you grow up what would the.

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"claude monet" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"claude monet" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Artworks worth hundreds of millions of euros are going on display in joint exhibitions in germany and switzerland this week art works with a chequered history they had been phoned in the homeless off cornelius girl it raided by tax inspectors and revealed in 2013 in what was described as the biggest artistic find of the postwar era the were arraigned 1500 works including pieces by claude monet otto dix and gustaf kirby the story of girl it is a fascinating one certainly for author of the munich art horde catherine inkling dan damon astor where these artworks have been all this time since they were initially found in bananas gorlitz munich apartments that was in february two thousand twelve when the customs authorities found them by they suspected him as tax evasion may have been an end safe storage and munich and more outbox relate to discovered in his house and outspoken pay i start as well they haven't so far been able to go on share because since kanana's gortat staff which has and 2014 they'd been in a kind of legal limbo renting canales girl it the cui 'cause entire collection to the constant zaman ban bad when a member of his family contestant hence well saying that he wasn't of fans enough mind to make well and it has taken this lung the exhibition to be apt go ahead how did he acquire them he inherited them from his father held a bank garnett who was and ed art dealer said the nazis.

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"claude monet" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"claude monet" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

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"claude monet" Discussed on PURE ROCK RADIO Originals

PURE ROCK RADIO Originals

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"claude monet" Discussed on PURE ROCK RADIO Originals

"Two hour number three right ear in the kingdom old hash pale to the gang baby celebrated bands in told rock together for the first time on the queasy worlds the scorpions with very special guests megadeath coming to a city near you may go to the desk obedience dot com tuesdays and anticipates scorpions and suggests her uh but did you know what i'm driving down route died w on a hot there were day limits dick and they got it replayed the bit homemade buyers but there is nothing like that of eight that rat honey insider surrey even though we were late mature dial a little bit insider dory even mahmud after his enjoys a little dig insider now wild bringing them home predictor planned to debris that what you don't get linda wild hair from dick insider good it looks good at dinner and there's not a lot what give up with the insider fruits day doormat lad w a good roads open one of the gut labour a hillis summer night nine i like this struggle up in bed with our big inside variables of us let's deal never came to stay so as not to laugh sir guy talents gaza or herself it is practised what somebody like thirty sec voice anyway something like thirty six friend claude monet armed thirty thirty seven points thirty seven fix in a row where will you go jump in so many guys i summer because you'll never even bothered to ask then you at don't match lab opting to all the government that's not what you're sucking up uganda guys was yo the last one i might you're you're you're by has neither used as a wet match you got your funding of eur you met me why did you have to determine what can you sleep and i'm like i'm not a decent person isn't a dealer you still lack of guy we make sense of the guys i love you don't feel every time accused iran it tastes thirty six other guy i'm going to school many lay you'll be the more rational thirty seven matches a dante he'll do the gang baby.

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"claude monet" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"claude monet" Discussed on KGO 810

"From the chiltern auto body traffic desk again the the southeast been uh the busiest region by far this morning i still delay don southbound eat eighty crash north the montague in the left lane it has now joined up with that of the continues on to to thirty seven so you're backed up all the way to about mission boulevard in fremont north and 85 camden that wreck now on the shoulder at your back to highway judy seven on the peninsula southbound 280 north afridi collision on the shoulder slow from hickie boulevard and again we still have that stalled bus nor fell one one the central freeway offramp to duboj shutdown down while they clean that up in his backed up onto the sky will use ninth street instead looks like it's backed up at the foot of the maize metering lights on at the westbound baybridge looking at some sunshine today not quite as hot as the weekend highs will be in the '60s to the 80s but by the 90s will return later on this week and kgon your source for fawn around the bay area today we wanna see send you the at t part to see never eyes things smile myself james taylor and bonnie raitt plus will throw in a couple of tickets to the nama county fair on thursday august have featuring claude monet or all wars to professional teams competing over a course of jumps and turns it's the good guys of the bad guys but lots of thrills spills in fierce competition what's were it's it's a it's a monster truck hoping happen at the snow mechanic are so it's a twofer today of fun yet sweet baby james bonnie raitt monster trucks up at if you're win these tickets to qualify for a chance to go to lowe's cobbles mexico courtesy of apple vacations caller tab right now we'll see gt bonnie raitt and see some monster trucks four one five five nine nine five sixty eight ten point one five nine nine five six eight.

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"claude monet" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"claude monet" Discussed on KQED Radio

"On claude monet which is sort of the end of the story so monet broke out at some point his painting started to south that's right he was discovered by gilded age america the beautiful thing for him uh was missed out on by various of his colleagues is that he lived for a long time he lived to be eighty six and so he out live the infamy and notoriety and scorn in the region and all of that and so by the time he was in his mid to late forties and then through his fifties sixties seventies eighties he really was celebrated as the greatest painter in france in nineteen oh excuse me nineteen o nine when the french magazines called him the greatest painter we possess today some people said he was the greatest paint revolt time and he certainly on the back of reviews like that and on the back of the popularity of his paintings with the public and collectors became fabulously wealthy and so really vinyl healthy became wealthier the yes yes so a guild and he could thank americans for that because relief from the late eighteen eighties collectors in america decided that they quite like the impression as painters and especially claude monet there was a woman in chicago bertha palmer missus porter palmer who went on a mona buying spree in europe and and and came back with twenty five of monday's paintings and ultimately she bought more than ninety of them as a once the gold rush started mona really enjoyed wealth as well as a claim but how do you pay this many paintings and that was just some of them someone else you're mentioning a collection had many more and people were by twenty they were by how could he produce this many payment will leave it there was some fear initially the eighteen late eighteen eighties early eighteen nineties when mona was discovered in america that france would be needed of monet paintings and that the americans with get the mother of passively of the yankees won critics is going to steal all of the monies from europe.

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"claude monet" Discussed on WREK

WREK

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"claude monet" Discussed on WREK

"To uh to my book on claude monet which is sort of the end of the story ceremony broke out at some point his painting started to south that's right he was discovered by gilded age america the beautiful thing for him that was missed out on by various of his colleagues is that he lived for a long time he lived to be eighty six and so he leave the infamy and notoriety and scorn in the region and all of that and so by the time he was in his um in mid to late forties and then through his fifty sixty seventies eighties he really was celebrated as the greatest painter in france in nineteen excuse me nineteen o nine when the french magazines called him the greatest painter we possess today some people said he was the greatest painter revolt time and he certainly on the back of reviews like that and on the back of the popularity of his paintings with the public and collectors became fabulously wealthy um and so really by naughty he became wealthy air does right yes yes uh so a guild at that and he could thank americans for that because relief from the late eighteen eighties collectors in america of decided that they quite like the impressions painters and especially claude monet i there was a woman in chicago a birth palmer missus potter palmer who went on a monet buying spree in europe and and and came back with twenty five of monday's paintings and ultimately she bought more than ninety of them as a once the gold rush started mona really enjoyed wealth uh as well as a claim but how do you hate this many paintings and that was just some of them someone else you were mentioning at collection had many more and people were buying twenty they were by how could he produce this many people will leave there was some fear initially in the eighteen late eighteen eighties early eighteen nineties when mona was discovered in america that of france would be the new did of monet.

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