Art in your home
Claude Monet was a French painter born in Paris in 1840.
Master of Impressionism, one of the first and most faithful to the style, because Monet’s works were realistic, quite academic until the end of 1860, when he would begin to paint Impressionist works and would not abandon this style in his entire life. So much so that he was the most impressionist of the group, that from the title of one of his paintings the term “impressionism”, “Impressionism, rising sun” was coined.
His fidelity to Impressionism brought him certain economic problems. It must be understood that the pictorial novelties at that time were systematically rejected.
It is necessary to emphasize his series. Pictorial motifs painted several times, with different shades and lights.
Monet died in Giverny in 1926, his pictorial legacy is impressive.
Antibes Seen from the Salis Gardens£145.20 – £290.40
water lilies£174.24 – £309.76
haystacks, end of summer£174.24 – £280.72
Contarini del Zaffo Palace in Venice£193.60 – £290.40
Red Boats at Argenteuil£193.60 – £271.04
San Giorgio Maggiore by Twilight£154.88 – £222.64
The Magpie£174.24 – £280.72
The Cliffs at Étretat£154.88 – £242.00
Poppy Field£154.88 – £222.64
The Argenteuil Bridge£174.24 – £261.36
Water Lilies£154.88 – £261.36
Bridge over a Pond of Water Lilies£174.24 – £309.76
Impression, Sunrise£135.52 – £261.36
Woman with a Parasol£174.24 – £290.40
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