15th May 2019
A Claude Monet painting from his celebrated Haystacks series has smashed world records by selling for nearly $110.7m, or around €99m.
The sale set a new auction world record for a work by Monet and was the first example of Impressionist art to cross the $100m threshold at auction.
Source: RTÉ News
Art teacher, Caroline Mc Corriston, has shared some of her LC Art notes, handouts and presentations relating to Claude Monet.
Power point presentation on Claude Monet specifically looking at 'Impression Sunrise', ‘Argenteuil Basin with a Single Sailboat’, his Rouen Cathedral series and 'Waterlily Pond in Green Harmony'.View full description
Strand: Stair agus léirthuiscint
Strand unit: Ealaín Eorpach
Suggestions for use: Use presentation in class to encourage discussion on his paintings. Use with notes on Monet (also on scoilnet).
Strand: 01. Art
Strand unit: 02. Respond to Artwork
Suggestions for use: Use presentation in class to encourage discussion on Monet's life and paintings.
Key Skills: Dul i mbun Cumarsáide Eolas agus Smaointeoireacht a Bhainistiú Litearthacht
Ready to use notes on Claude Monet for the leaving cert curriculum. Covers, 'Impression Sunrise', ‘Argenteuil Basin with a Single Sailboat’, his Rouen Cathedral series and 'Waterlily Pond in Green Harmony'.View full description
Handout showing 6 of Monet's Rouen Cathedral paintings (accurate colours)View full description
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