There once was a fellow named Claude,
who dressed a little bit odd.
But there was no constraint,
for that talent to paint,
So who cares if his fashion was flawed?
Claude wore an impressive squirrel beard,
and though some may think it looked weird,
his friends didn't mind
(though one was quite blind)
So who cares if he wasn't well sheared?
Claude endured much heartache and strife,
with poverty, and losing his first wife.
But he managed to be strong,
and keep moving on,
Isn't that what we learn out of life?
Monet was a painter of light.
His work is a beautiful sight.
With a cap on his head,
that paint he did spread,
making our world more lovely and bright.
Monet's self portrait:
The real Claude Monet, in his older years:
Read my past review of "The Impressionists" HERE.
Screencaps from Richard Armitage Net's gallery.