More Water Lilies


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Yesterday I went to the Museum of Modern Art to see the Matisse Cut-Out show–no photos allowed, but it was so crowded it would have been nearly impossible anyway–and then I wandered into the Monet room afterwards.  The room in the old Modern was better, I remember an airiness about it, and I think it was larger.  But the water lilies…as always, amazing.

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The autumn one reminded me of one of the Monet/haiku pages from my Sketchbook Project.  I also came home and did a rather busy collage, inspired by the feeling of Monet’s painting.  “Interesting”, but not sure what I think about it.

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The full wall blue water lilies is so large I couldn’t fit it all into one photo…

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I took lots of photos in the museum, and I own books with reproductions of lots of the Matisse cut-outs in the exhibit, so I’ll be revisiting what I saw yesterday in the coming weeks.

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You can find my original Water Liles post here:

And the entire book is finally digitized on the Sketchbook Project website:

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4 responses to “More Water Lilies”

  1. memadtwo says :

    I loved that old water lily room. The new MOMA doesn’t really do it for me any more. Your work is lovely, though.


  2. memadtwo says :

    Yes it’s too enclosed. And I’m unhappy they took down the Folk Art Museum too. It’s too bad because they have a great collection and some good shows (though to be frank a lot of trendy garbage too). Wonder what the new Whitney downtown will be like?


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