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Meteorologists track down Monet as he painted London bridges in smog | Science | guardian.co.uk

Claude Monet: Waterloo Bridge, Sunset Effect
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Meteorologists track down Monet as he painted London bridges in smog. Scientists have pinpointed exactly where Claude Monet was in the Savoy Hotel when he painted Charing Cross Bridge and Waterloo Bridge in heavy smog.

via Meteorologists track down Monet as he painted London bridges in smog | Science | guardian.co.uk.

Strange Random Impressionism Quote:

I didn’t become an impressionist. As long as I can remember I always have been one. – Claude Monet

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