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Tim Marlow takes us on a journey through the great art movement of the late nineteenth-century and explores some of the most beautiful paintings ever created.
The programme explores the life and works of the great painter Claude Monet, who is often described as the founding figure of the Impressionist movement.
By looking at Monet’s life, Tim Marlow discusses how the Impressionist movement was formed and how its members shocked the establishment by breaking away from the traditional old style of painting.
Through some of his most famous paintings, Tim Marlow recounts Monet’s early struggles and his eventual rise to a celebrated national figure.