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The 1000++ Artworks of Claude Monet

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Claude Monet - Grainstack in the Morning, Snow EffectGrainstack in the Morning, Snow EffectClaude Monet

Haystacks is a title of a series of impressionist paintings by Claude Monet. The primary subjects of all of the paintings in the series are stacks of hay in the field after the harvest season. The title refers primarily to a twenty-five canvas series (Wildenstein Index Number 1266-1290) begun in the...

Museum of Fine Arts (Boston, United States)
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Claude Monet - The Road Bridge at ArgenteuilThe Road Bridge at ArgenteuilClaude Monet

. Whereas Manet gained effect by sparkling accents standing out against low tones in his open-air pictures, Monet worked out the equation of light and colour more comprehensively and in more variety. In The Bridge at Argenteuil the equivalence is complete, the glow of light produced by pure and unmi...

National Gallery of Art (Washington, United States)
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Claude Monet - Monet-s Garden at VetheuilMonet's Garden at VetheuilClaude Monet

This painting reflects the artist's interest in the depiction of gardens, particularly his own. In Argenteuil in the 1870s, in Vétheuil in the early 1880s, and most notably in Giverny — where he resided for the last forty years of his life — Monet took an active role in tending his own garden. While...

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Claude Monet - The Studio BoatThe Studio BoatClaude Monet

Shortly after Monet moved to Argenteuil, he bought a boat and converted it into a floating studio. He kept it moored near his home and used it to get a vista of the riverbank from the water. As seen here, he also painted it from the bank to study the effects of shadow and reflection at a distance.

The Barnes Foundation (United States)
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Claude Monet - Sunrise, The SeaSunrise, The SeaClaude Monet
48 x 58 cm, (1873)

In the muted palette of the emerging dawn, Claude Monet portrayed the industrial port of Le Havre on the northern coast of France. The brilliant orange of the rising sun glimmers amid the damp air and dances on the gentle rippling water, lighting up its iridescent blues and greens. Barely discernibl...

Getty Museum (Los Angeles, United States)
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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)
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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)
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