Remember meForgot password?
    Log in with Twitter

Monet News

Monet sister paintings reunited in US for first time

Washington - For the first time since they were painted more than a century ago, two oil paintings of Claude Monet's garden in Vetheuil have been reunited, in Washington.

Monet's 'secret' art collection on show for first time

Paris - The "secret" art collection amassed by Claude Monet, the father of Impressionism, went on display for the first time in Paris on Thursday, 90 years after the great painter's death.

Boston museum accused of racism with 'Kimono Wednesday'

Boston - Following an uproar on social media, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts has cancelled "Kimono Wednesday," a popular interactive event, because protesters have labeled it racist and culturally insensitive.

Monet painting sold for more than $41 million

At Christie’s auction in New York, a Claude Monet painting was sold for more than $41 million, a record sum for a Monet painting.

Op-Ed: Monet damaged is one of series of art attacks in France

There have been a spate of attacks on major artworks in France. A “gang” did serious damage to a Monet called Le Pont d'Argenteuil in a Paris museum. Other attacks include one by a performance “artist” on a work by Dadaist Marcel Duchamp.

Monet painting 'severely damaged' by intruders

France's culture minister called Sunday for tougher penalties for vandalism against works of art after drunken intruders seriously damaged a valuable painting by Impressionist painter Claude Monet in Paris.

Search Digital Journal Archives

Set up a news alert for


Monet Image

Amber tweets   People gathered to sketch the model and painting. This fascination is Orientalism!
Amber tweets, "People gathered to sketch the model and painting. This fascination is Orientalism!"
Amber Ying/Twitter
Aparna  Pampi  Das  is quoted by the BBC as saying  the event  goes back to the world exhibition in ...
Aparna "Pampi" Das, is quoted by the BBC as saying, the event "goes back to the world exhibition in Europe where visitors would come see people in cages brought from Africa".

Latest News
Top News