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“ I do what I can to express what I feel in the presence of nature. ” Claude Monet
Born in Paris, France in 1840 Is now one of the most famous artists of all time Impressionist painter Claude Monet
Impressionist Style Soft edges Bright colors dabbed side by side Short, choppy brushstrokes Highly textured surface
Regatta at Argenteuil, 1872 Painted the people & places he knew best Common Subjects: –Seascapes –Landscapes –Flowers –Portraits Subject Matter
Poppies at Argenteuil, 1873
Woman with a Parasol 1875 Camille Monet and her son Jean
Painted the same subject in different weather, seasons, and times of the day Monet saw that the colors of a scene changed as the light and weather changed
Rouen Cathedral at Midday, 1894 Rouen Cathedral in the Evening, 1894 Rouen Cathedral Morning Sun, 1893 Color constantly changes according to the sun’s position
Monet created a beautiful garden in Giverny –Bamboo, Irises, Roses, Water Lilies, and Wisteria After 1911, the garden became his sole subject Giverny
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As Monet grew older, his style began to change due to his failing eyesight
The Japanese Footbridge at Giverny 1900 1923
–Painted hundreds of water lilies from 1900-26 –Water lilies became hazier as his cataracts worsened –Eventually the water lilies, water, and reflections melted together into a hazy mist of swirling color Audio Clip
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