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  • Paintings in TV Shows (continued)

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    Paintings in TV Shows

    My last subject was the Paul Klee reproduction in Strange Report - more than a year ago already.


    An auctioned Claude Monet painting in the first episode of The Protectors, Landscape with Bandits (1964):



    This is mistakenly referred to by Heather (Ann Morrish) and auctioneer Ric Hutton as "River at Argenteuil".

    After searching in vain for that title I eventually learned it's really On the Bank of the Seine, Bennecourt (1868):



    The website of the Art Institute of Chicago (where it actually resides)
    reveals the mystery woman is Monet's future wife, Camille Doncieux:

    On the Bank of the Seine, Bennecourt | The Art Institute of Chicago
    Last edited by cornershop15; 22nd December 2017, 05:05 PM. Reason: Corrected link.

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      I'm sure we can do better than once a year spotting - and hopefully identifying - paintings in TV shows. The last post was also at Christmastime.


      Victor Maddern in The Saint episode The Scales of Justice (1968):



      "Classic painting - two men at a table" did the trick. It's really The Card Players by Paul Cézanne (1894–1895):



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