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Claude Monet Merely painting Impressions Claude Monet Impressionism Pleine Aire Painting : paintings done quickly outdoors A true Impressionist Painted the immediate effects of color and light.

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Claude Monet

Merely painting Impressions

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Claude Monet

Impressionism

Pleine Aire Painting: paintings done quickly outdoors

A true Impressionist

Painted the immediate effects of color and light.

This painting was shown in the Salon of 1877 where a critic had said:” This is merely an impression”.

Impression, Sunrise, 1872

Oil on canvas

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Claude Monet

Impressionism

Monet was interested in portraying the effects of light.

Creates his paintings through a system of short dabs of color

Plein Aire Painting

Captures a time of day and so the paintings must be done quickly

“Houses of Parliament, London, Sun Breaking Through the Fog”

1904, Oil on canvas

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Claude Monet

Impressionism

Plein Aire

Light and Color as the subject

Captures a time of day

Short Brush strokes

Movement away from painting realistic images

Realization of paint as an opaque and textured medium.

Houses of Parliament, 1904

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Claude Monet

Impressionism

Plein Aire

Light and Color as the subject

Captures a time of day

Short Brush strokes

Movement away from painting realistic images

Realization of paint as an opaque and textured medium.

Houses of Parliament, 1905

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Claude Monet

Impressionism

One of the most famous series of paintings in all the world

He painted this cathedral at different times of day. Morning, Midday, and Evening.

The subject here is the Effects of Light on the façade of the cathedral rather than the cathedral itself

“Rouen Cathedral”

(West Portal, Dull Weather, 1894)

painted 1892

Oil on canvas

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Claude Monet

Impressionism

One of the most famous series of paintings in all the world

He painted this cathedral at different times of day. Morning, Midday, and Evening.

The subject here is the Effects of Light on the façade of the cathedral rather than the cathedral itself

“Rouen Cathedral,

Harmony in Blue and Gold”

dated 1894, painted 1893

Oil on canvas

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Claude Monet

Impressionism

Haystacks at Chailly, 1865, Oil

Monet’s Haystacks are equally famous to his series of the Rouen Cathedral.

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Claude Monet

Impressionism

This painting captures the beauty of the light of the day

Also captures the pollution of the ships in the distance

The painting acts as a snapshot capturing a specific time and place.

Garden at Sainte Addresse, 1867, Oil

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Claude Monet

Impressionism

Plein Aire

Light and Color as the subject

Avant Guarde

Short Brush strokes

Movement away from painting realistic images

Realization of paint as an opaque and textured medium.

Bathing at LaGrenouillere, Oil

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Claude Monet

Impressionism

The Regatta at Argentueil

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Claude Monet

Impressionism

Highway Bridge at Argentueil

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Claude Monet

Impressionism

Water Lilies (the clouds)

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Claude Monet

Impressionism

One of the many paintings from the water lilies series

Almost becoming abstract

Beautiful color and immense size.

These paintings later became the trademark of Monet

Water Lilies, 1906

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Claude Monet

Impressionism

Painted only two years before his death.

Painted when his eyesight was poor.

Showing the influence of the Japanese culture.

Almost purely abstract

Japanese Bridge, 1924