Claude Monet

Claude Monet (1840–1926) was a foundational figure in French Impressionism, a movement named after his painting "Impression, Sunrise." Renowned for his dedication to capturing light and nature, Monet painted en plein air, showcasing landscapes, seascapes, and his famed water lilies in Giverny. His innovative approach, marked by bold colors and loose brushwork, sought to convey fleeting atmospheric effects, challenging traditional artistic conventions. Monet's work laid the groundwork for modern art, influencing countless artists and establishing him as one of the most revered painters in art history.

Claude Monet (1840–1926) was a foundational figure in French Impressionism, a movement named after his painting "Impression, Sunrise." Renowned for his dedication to capturing...
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Claude Monet (1840–1926) was a foundational figure in French Impressionism, a movement named after his painting "Impression, Sunrise." Renowned for his dedication to capturing light and nature, Monet painted en plein air, showcasing landscapes, seascapes, and his famed water lilies in Giverny. His innovative approach, marked by bold colors and loose brushwork, sought to convey fleeting atmospheric effects, challenging traditional artistic conventions. Monet's work laid the groundwork for modern art, influencing countless artists and establishing him as one of the most revered painters in art history.

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