Claude Monet

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Oscar-Claude Monet (14 November 1840 in Paris - December 5 1926 in Giverny) known as Claude Monet is a french artist-painter linked to Impressionist movement. In 1857, he sold his caricatures signed O. Monet in a shop specialized in supplies for painters, where also exposed Eugène Boudin. The encounter with Boudin was crucial to his artistic career, and he later said, "Thanks to Eugène Boudin I became a painter ". In 1862 he met Pierre-Auguste Renoir with whom he founded an art movement that was later called impressionism. He also befriended the painter Frederic Bazille with whom he had an important exchange of letters and who died in battle in 1870. Monet was particularly fond of painting controlled nature's: his own garden, its water lilies, pond and bridge. Monet was passionate about plants and had patiently constructed his garden over the years. He also painted the banks of the Seine.

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Claude Monet

The Beach at Trouville

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1870, National Gallery, London, UK. The characters are: left, Camille, wife of the painter and right, maybe Ms. Boudin, wife of the painter Eugène Boudin.
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Hôtel des roches noires, Trouville

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During the summer of 1870, on the eve of the Franco-Prussian war, Claude Monet was staying in Trouville with his young wife, Camille, whom he had married on 28 June. Like many canvases by Eugène Boudin, who had a strong influence on young Monet, L'Hôtel des roches noires. Trouville depicts a fashionable seaside resort during the Second Empire. But the...
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The Coalmen

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A scene showing labourers is unusual in Monet's oeuvre. The Seine here is not the light-hearted setting for regattas, but the river plied by heavy barges. The banks are lined not with trees, but smoking chimneys. Sunday strollers have given way to workers unloading coal from the barges to supply the nearby factory.Admittedly, social criticism is not the...
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A Corner of the Apartment

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From 1871, when he returned from England, until 1878, Monet lived in the commune of Argenteuil near Paris. During this period he often featured his wife Camille in his paintings, with their eldest son Jean, born in 1867. He is pictured here, inside the second house that Monet lived in in Argenteuil, with a figure, probably Camille, in shadow in the...
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Villas at Bordighera

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This work catches the bright light of the Mediterranean and the painter's fascination for the landscapes of this region. Here he has painted the garden of Mr Moreno, which he called "an earthly paradise" evoking "this property like none other […] a garden that resembles nothing else, it is a pure fantasy, all the plants in the world grow outside here and...
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Poppy Field

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Monet diluted the contours and constructed a colourful rhythm with blobs of paint starting from a sprinkling of poppies; the disproportionately large patches in the foreground indicate the primacy he put on visual impression. A step towards abstraction had been taken.In the landscape, a mother and child pair in the foreground and another in the background...
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Regattas at Argenteuil

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Claude Monet lived and worked at Argenteuil from December 1871 to 1878 and half of the 170 canvases he painted during this period show the banks of the Seine. Two years before the Impressionist movement officially came into existence, Monet painted this scene which has all its features, in particular the famous fragmented brushstroke. Regattas at...
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Claude Monet

The Magpie

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Monet tackled the great challenge of a snow-covered landscape, which Courbet had grandly explored with great success not long before. Toning down Courbet's lyricism, Monet preferred a frail magpie perched on a gate, like a note on a staff of music, to the world of the forest and hunting. Sun and shade construct the painting and translate the impalpable...
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Blue Water Lilies

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"Nymphaea" is the botanical name for a water lily. Monet grew white water lilies in the water garden he had installed in his property at Giverny in 1893. From the 1910s until he died in 1926, the garden and its pond in particular, became the artist's sole source of inspiration. Never was the artist's brushstroke so free, so detached from the description...
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Waterlilies (3)

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1904, Musée d'art moderne André Malraux
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Waterlilies (5)

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1916, National Museum of Western Art
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The Marina at Argenteuil

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From December 1871 until 1878, Monet lived in Argenteuil. He would set up his easel out in the countryside or in his garden. But above all it was the Seine and the movement of the small boats which attracted the painter's attention. In his paintings, with their light and vivid colours, Monet shows his perfect mastery of the technique of fragmenting brush...
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Still Life with Flowers and Fruit

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Although painted in his studio, this still life shows the influence of the outdoor experiments that Claude Monet undertook in the summer and fall of 1869, while he was living at Bougival on the Seine River. His exercises in different painting techniques are seen in the way he softened the outlines of forms and the manner in which he explored the...
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The Terrace at Sainte-Adresse

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1867 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA. The group is dominated by the presence of the father of Monet. It is particularly the flower beds that prefigure here the Impressionist technique. Characteristic Composition because of its flags also found on "rue Montorgueil" and "Rue Saint Denis."
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Jeanne Marie Lecadre in the Garden

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1866, Hermitage, Saint Petersbourg, Russia. This beautiful painting depicts the garden of Monet's aunt, the woman in the garden is Jeanne-Marguerite Lecadre , his cousin.
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The Rue Montorgueil, Paris, Celebration of June...

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1878, Musée d'Orsay, Paris, France. "I liked the flags. The first National Day June 30, I walked Montorgueil street with my work tools, the street was plenty of flags and crowded. I see a balcony, I go and ask permission to paint, it is given to me. Then I descend incognito! " Claude Monet
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Claude Monet

Waterlilies

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1907, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
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Waterlilies (2)

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1915, Neue Pinakothek Munich
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Claude Monet

Sunrise

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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 discernible through a cool haze, pack boats on the left billow...
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The Manneporte

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In the winter of 1868-1869 Monet's attention was drawn to Etretat in the Caux region of Normandy. He then returned there every year between 1883 and 1886. Like many painters, particularly Gustave Courbet, Monet was captivated by the picturesque qualities of the place, and took inspiration from it for more than fifty of his paintings.The configuration of...
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The Gare Saint-Lazare

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After his return to France from London, Monet lived from 1871-78 at Argenteuil, on the Seine near Paris. In January 1877 he rented a small flat and a studio near the Gare St-Lazare, and in the third Impressionist exhibition which opened in April of that year, he exhibited seven canvases of the railway station.This painting is one of four surviving...
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