Monet Paints A Day

November 13, 2019 at 8:25 pm 1 comment

by Julie Danneberg

It is 1885 the famous impressionist painter, Claude Monet, settles in on an isolated beach to begin another day of open air painting. With single-minded focus, Monet becomes so absorbed in his work, that he doesn’t feel the wind kicking up the sand, he doesn’t see the tide coming closer, and he definitely doesn’t notice the big wave towering over his head. Until it is too late.

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