Claude Monet. Studied phisics at Arkansas state university * Lives in Joplin ,Missouri * Married * Born on august 6 th 2002. Whitli welshhon : My favorite color is aqua and turqouse. Path to Fame.
Studied phisics at Arkansas state university * Lives in Joplin ,Missouri * Married * Born on august 6th 2002
My favorite color is aqua and turqouse
Path to Fame
I went to vest day care until the age of 6 and then went to eastmorland until 4th grade and then went to jefferson for 5th grade and am going to north middle school in the 2014-2015 school year.
Whitliwelshhon: my favorite planet is venus because it was named after the goddess of love and beauty
My favorite color is blue too.
My favorite color is pink and blue.
Loved working with you! How’s that new technique we developed working out?
Studied Art at Le Harve Secondary School of the arts * Lives in Giverny, France * Married * Born on November 14, 1840
I was born on august 6th 2002 and my address now is 110 McCOY. I was born to trishaann peel and
“No bees no honey, no work no money.” - unknown
friends: madisyn, moniqua, danielle, brooke, tiffany, asyleen, elijah lily, kaila, elissa, grace, tobi and
emory and brett.
hair and eye color: brown
skin: a tan peach
group: awesome, freckles, happy, big booty judy, grace, a a ron, mini freckles and brett.
Brooke studebaker and tiffany b.
Monet painted more than thirty different canvases of Rouen Cathedral, each at a different time of day. It captured his impression of the way the light changed the scene. It was one of his most extensive undertakings (Johnson 4).
Monet is credited with starting the Impressionist movement. In fact, the style was named after this painting, which is titled Sunrise: Impression. Critics meant the term “Impressionism” as a negative, but Monet took it as a compliment (Dudar7).
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Monet continued to paint even when he was almost blind. His water-lilies painting took him 15 years to complete. Monet even had a special studio built to house the work because the canvases were so big (Marcus 92).
Monet’s View of Vétheuil is an example of his unique use of color; unlike some of his contemporaries, he choose to use bright, shocking colors, that weren’t toned down with a somber golden wash used by other artists (Dudar 5.)