Claude Monet and the science of not-seeing.
“Monet is only an eye, but my God, what an eye.” —Paul Cezanne.
It’s a little early, but some pins about Claude Monet’s vast contribution to how we think about colour perception: http://t.co/ugtdFzLSgw— Desk of L. Riding (@leanneriding) May 5, 2014
Works of Claude Monet
Claude Monet - Haystacks at sunset. Snow effect (1891) pic.twitter.com/O4u0QjfJDq— Carlo (@carmarano) March 3, 2014
Via Impressionism Claude Monet "The Water-Lily Pond" (1917-1919) pic.twitter.com/6GVqpJYwoN— Charlie Change (@leadintogold) May 5, 2014
The Doges' Palace, monet, 1908 pic.twitter.com/lUzEAT86TZ— Lord Henry Wotton (@jagdbert) May 4, 2014
It would be very easy to accidentally retweet a fake Monet painting :P— Desk of L. Riding (@leanneriding) May 5, 2014
This one from back in March, by Eric Jaffe. Wish I’d seen it! “The Fascinating Neuroscience Of Color.” http://t.co/un1RP4jH4u— Desk of L. Riding (@leanneriding) June 16, 2014