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The 1000++ Artworks of Claude Monet

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Claude Monet - Water LiliesWater LiliesClaude Monet
101 x 200 cm, (1919)

In 1919 Claude Monet was an elderly man who had already had been painting for almost 70 years. Monet's Water Lilies series came during s time when he had decided to only paint water lilies and water scenes. In 1919 while in near a pond in southern France he decided to paint a new painting for his wa...

The Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, United States)
Claude Monet - Impression, SunriseImpression, SunriseClaude Monet

When Impression, Sunrise hung at its first exhibition in 1874, art critic Louis Leroy derisively used the term “Impressionistic,” from the title of this painting, to describe Monet’s works. This term was quickly adopted by what were soon to be known as the Impressionist painters, and the exhibition ...

Musée Marmottan (Paris, France)
Claude Monet - Water Lilies (70)Water Lilies (70)Claude Monet

The Water Lilies is a painting by impressionist Claude Monet painted during his series called Water Lilies. The painting depicts a scene in a French pond showing light reflecting off the water with Water Lilies on the surface. It was painted in 1919 and as of 2012 is on display in New York's Metropo...

Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, United States)
Claude Monet - Water-LiliesWater-LiliesClaude Monet

Water Lilies (or Nympheas) is a series of approximately 250 oil paintings by French Impressionist Claude Monet (1840–1926). The paintings depict Monet's flower garden at Giverny and were the main focus of Monet's artistic production during the last thirty years of his life. Many of the works were pa...

Claude Monet - Water LiliesWater LiliesClaude Monet

Monet’s Water Lilies series contained around 250 paintings, which he painted during the last thirty years of his life at his house in Giverny, France. Many of the paintings were completed while Monet was suffering from cataracts, which gave him a redder tone to his vision, which is represented in so...

Claude Monet - The Boat StudioThe Boat StudioClaude Monet

After his return from World War I, Braque broke with Pablo Picasso and began painting many still lifes, developing his cubist technique. Although he remained true to his cubist forms, his lines became softer and longer, and there was a more simplistic treating of what had been overly complex represe...

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