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Claude Monet
Claude Monet
Claude Monet
Claude Monet
Claude Monet
Claude Monet
Claude Monet
Claude Monet
Claude Monet
Claude Monet
Claude Monet
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Claude Monet
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Claude Monet

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A PP of Claude Monet's most beautiful paintings

A PP of Claude Monet's most beautiful paintings

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  • 1. Claude Monet
  • 2. Claude Monet was the most important of the Impressionist Painters. Impressionist painters used color and brushstrokes in a new way.
  • 3. Claude believed in painting by layering colors of paint.
  • 4. There are almost never any outlines in Impressionist Art! The whole painting is just blobs and smears of color!
  • 5. Claude tried to show the changing colors and shadows during the day. He painted this same haystack many times. Do you know what time of day Claude painted this?
  • 6. Other times Claude would paint the same picture at different times of the year. This was painted in the winter.
  • 7. Look closely at this painting. Can you see the brush strokes that Claude used?
  • 8. Claude loved to paint the pond at his house in Giverny.
  • 9. More than anything, Claude loved to paint the water lilies in his pond.
  • 10. In his water lily paintings Claude liked to paint the reflections of light and color in the water.
  • 11. Here’s the Japanese bridge that Claude had built over his pond!
  • 12. In this picture Claude used his Impressionist style of layering to paint his wife, Camille.
  • 13. Claude painted many things, but he is probably best known for his beautiful water lily paintings.
  • 14. Now let’s read about French art and culture! Et vive la France!

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