From Monet to Breitman, via Horowitz and Bueller

From Monet to Breitman, via Horowitz and Bueller
Allison Mooney
  • 8 september 2008

Nearly two centuries ago, Monet and his Impressionist peers showed the world that a cohesive painting could be created by breaking up brushstrokes. This is well illustrated by a scene in 1995’s Clueless:

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