On Saturday, February 4, a travelling exhibit of Monet's paintings of Giverny, France, opened at an Art Museum near me. It is a small exhibit, four water lilies, two paintings of the Japanese bridge in Monet's garden, three paintings of wisteria, and three landscapes; so only a dozen paintings in all. And they are, as my son pooh-poohed ahead of time, only paint on canvas. When we see thousands of images daily, why should we devote time to these particular ones? Despite his reservations, my wife and I dragged him to the exhibit.
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