Daily Question – 43

Portrait of whom, by whom?

Portrait of Claude Monet, by Pierre-Auguste Renoir.

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21 thoughts on “Daily Question – 43

  1. Renoir’s painting of the Monet from France, an ancestor of the Monet from Mattancherry

  2. Dear Uncle:

    By peering closely at the painting, I could see that it was signed “Renoir.” I thus boldly guess that the painter is Renoir. From the beard, I guess it must be Claude Monet. (If it had been just a moustache, of course, I would have guessed James Joyce.)

    Kind regards,
    Thomas Masun

  3. thomas must have answered this before me as i just heard an interesting anecdote from him . He said that his mom was next to him when this question came up and she said this with a mattancherry malu accent “yenda mone, dont you know this?”. And then Thomas’ neurons fired and he quickly type Monet by Renoir.

  4. I’ll go out on a limb here – is this some portrait of Dorian Gray? By, well, Oscar Wilde himself?!! Give me points for imagination.

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