Interesting Facts About Claude Monet

Claude Monet was the most remarkable artist related to impressionism from France. He was born on November 14th in 1840 and became the symbol of this amazing genre of art because his painting was the first one to be characterized this way.

Claude Monet had an extremely interesting life and rather long life to describe. Here are the most bright facts about this amazingly gifted painter.

The impressionism definition was first outlined by the critics after Claude Monet represented his today famous painting named Impression, Soleil Levant in 1874 while the very first independent art show was held. The haven of Le Havre was the one painted in it using quite loose brush strokes which produced the effect of the painting being rather blurry. However it didn’t become the best example of impressionism as his the most popular Water Lilies dated 1906 feature the impressionism manner much more intense despite the fact that his eyes could see worse that time.

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Political And Economical Benefits Of Gay Marriage

Massachusetts, Connecticut, Iowa, Vermont, New Hampshire, New York, Washington, Maryland and the District of Columbia. Do you know what do all these states have in common? Right you are, they all allow their gay citizens to marry each other. Unless you’ve been living under the rock, you’ve doubtlessly heard the debates and rumors about gay marriage issue. The Christian society is outraged by this new law and tries to ban gay marriage in the other states. Meanwhile, gay community and social activists rejoice and celebrate, and of course try to promote this law and give gay people all across the USA a chance to get legally married in their home towns.

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Most Annoying Actors

It can so happen that when actors become famous, they lose their ability to put vim and vigour into their work, resting on the laurels of their old tricks and peculiarities, which made them popular some time ago. So, let’s discuss Hollywood actors who forgot about the art of transformation, and play one and the same role.

The first defendant is Morgan Freeman. This veteran of the stage and the Oscars winner is a no-lose variant when one needs a wise old man in his movie. No matter what Mr. Freeman is playing- a thief, a President or God – he will be still an old wise man. That happens to him for the last 13 years. Even if Morgan is a villain, his final speech will be pronounced not with anger and malice, but with the intonation of a clever good teachers, who reprimands his lazy students.

And then, Johnny Depp. A vampire, a barber and a brave captain-they all are the same in a way: funny, clumsy and extremely kind in spite of frightening and odd appearance. Even in the famous “Tourist” it seems that through the adorable Frank’s smile we still see a grin of Mad Hatter. May be that’s all Tim Burton’s influence, with whom Depp has eight common projects.

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Bizarre And Mysterious Musicians’ Suicides

1. Johnny Ace, rhythm and blues singer

There are a lot of rumors about his death to be heard nowadays. It happened in Houston, Texas in 1959. He was performing a show there and went away to have some rest during the break between the sets. Next time someone saw him he was shot dead. The fact that it was a suicide was obvious: it was committed with his own gun. Some people say that Johnny was playing Russian roulette and shot himself dead; others say it was an accident. They say that he was playing with his pistol and when someone told him to be careful with it he laughed and replied that it’s not loaded and decided to prove it by pointing it to his head and pushing the trigger.

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