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    Claude Monet was born in 1840 in France.  When he was young, he was interested in the constantly changing appearance of the sea and sky.  After serving in the military from 1860 to 1862, he moved to Paris, where he met Pierre August Renoir.  Together, Monet and Renoir helped develop the techniques of Impressionism.  This way of painting has the artist use quick brushstrokes and patches of bright color that blend together.  Monet specialized in painting outdoor settings, specifically garden and water scenes.


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Waterlillies

 

Waterlillies

 

   
Bridge over Waterlillies

 

Woman with Umbrella

 

   
Cathedral at Venice

 

Lake at Argenteuil

 

   
The Artist's Garden at Giverny

 

Terrace at Sainte-Adresse

 


Check out the amazing Monet-inspired student artwork in the
Monet Student Art Gallery!


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