Tuesday, 8 October 2019

chiamami col tou nome

Via our cyber peripatetic Messy Nessy Chic (who has gleaned a lot of interesting material in her latest expedition), we discover a gallery of scenes from Luca Guadagnino’s 2017 cinematic adaptation of the romantic drama by André Aciman inserted into the lush, Impressionist backgrounds of Claude Monet (the Cliffs of Étretat, the Houses of Parliament at Dusk, the Japanese Bridge over Water Lilies, Venice at Twilight). Pictured is a modified scene of Camille Doncieux (Monet’s first wife and subject of many works by himself, Manet and Renoir) at the Window in their home in Argenteuil, a Parisian suburb, painted in 1873.