THE ARTIST PROJECT: George Condo on Claude Monet's "The Path through the Irises"
"Something that is so sort of horrible turns into this exquisite daydream." George Condo, who exclusively paints from memory, is awestruck by Claude Monet’s ability to resolve a seemingly abstracted composition into an exquisite transcription of the natural world. This video was produced by the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
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