Friday, December 25, 2009
Christmas among the impressionists...
...is a hard subject to research, and I am afraid I have come up with very little but that Edouard Manet once gave Berthe Morisot an easel for Christmas. I would most kindly appreciate any more information from my readers. Though Claude Monet was not religious in any way (but for nature), his second wife Alice was a devout Catholic and surely walked down the cold road a short way from Giverny to the church for Midnight Mass on Christmas Eve.
A happy holiday to the many readers of this blog!
The painting is of course Monet's famous MAGPIE IN THE SNOW.