Claude Monet and the Theory of Your Case
Michael E. Tigar, ABA Litigation News
In 1874, Claude Monet exhibited a painting in Paris, an unconventional depiction of sunrise at Le Havre. "What shall we call it?" his brother asked. "Mettez 'impression'"—call it an impression—Monet replied. Impressionism got its name.
Monet rented rooms across from the Rouen cathedral façade and painted it 30 times. Each painting, with different effects of light, shade, weather, and time of day, gives one a different impression. His paintings of the seashore direct us to consider...Continue reading...