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The 1000++ Artworks of media Oil and containing the word claude monet, oil, impressionism, boats, rivers

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Claude Monet - The Thames below WestminsterThe Thames below WestminsterClaude Monet

This is one of the works produced by Monet when, like Pissarro and Daubigny, he moved to London during the Franco-Prussian War (1870-1). Pissarro worked mainly in south London, while Monet painted the parks of central London and the River Thames. Here he shows the misty atmosphere of the capital on ...

The National Gallery (London, United Kingdom)
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Claude Monet - The Harbour at ArgenteuilThe Harbour at ArgenteuilClaude Monet

'My only merit,' Monet wrote later in life, 'lies in having painted directly in front of nature, seeking to render my impressions before the most fleeting moments.' This is one of seventy-five works Monet painted of the Seine River in Argenteuil, a yachting center west of Paris. It combines two favo...

Musée d'Orsay (Paris, France)
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Claude Monet - Bathers at La GrenouillereBathers at La GrenouillereClaude Monet

The painting here and one in the London National Gallery (Bathers at La Grenouillere , oil on canvas, 73 x 92 cm) are probably the sketches mentioned by Monet in his letter. A bigger size painting, now lost but formerly in the Arnhold collection in Berlin, may well have been the 'tableau' that he dr...

New York Metropolitan Museum of Art (United States)
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Claude Monet - Red Boats, Argenteuil, 1875 (oil on canvas)Red Boats, Argenteuil, 1875 (oil on canvas)Claude Monet

Monet returned to France from London in 1872 and settled in Argenteuil (a town on a picturesque stretch of the Seine, eleven kilometres from central Paris), where he lived until 1876. His contemporaries Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Édouard Manet and Alfred Sisley joined him and, for a time, Argenteuil bec...

Fogg Art Museum (Cambridge, 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 - 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)