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  • Oscar-Claude Monet

  • Born November 14, 1840, Paris, France died December 5, 1926, Giverny Oscar-Claude Monet French painter who was the initiator, leader, and unswerving advocate of the Impressionist style.
    In his mature works, Monet developed his method of producing repeated studies of the same motif in series, changing canvases with the light oras his interest shifted. These series were frequently exhibited in groups—for example, his images of haystacks (1891) and the Rouen Cathedral (1894).
    At his home in Giverny, Monet created the water-lily pond that served as inspiration for his last series of paintings. His popularity soared in the second half of the 20th century, when his works traveled the world in museum exhibitions that attracted record-breaking crowds and marketed popular commercial items featuring imagery from his art.






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the reeds

The Reeds (study) - 0221
print size: 56cm x 46cm


riverbank

The Riverbank at Lavacourt Snow 1879 - 0222
print size: 56cm x 42cm


giverny in winter

The Road at Giverny in Winter 1885 - 0223
print size: 56cm x 45cm


saint simeon in winter

The Road to the Farm Saint Simeon in Winter 1867 - 0224
print size: 56cm x 42cm


sand beach

The Sandbeach at Trouville 1870 - 0225
print size: 56cm x 36cm


sea coast

The Seacoast of Pourville Low Tide 1882 - 0226
print size: 56cm x 45cm


Genevilliers

The Seine at Petit Gennevilliers 1872 - 0227
print size: 56cm x 42cm


skaters

The Skaters at Giverny 1899 - 0228
print size: 56cm x 40cm


spring

The Spring at Vetheuil 1881 - 0229
print size: 56cm x 42cm


the valley

The Valley of the Creuse at Fresselines 1889 - 0230
print size: 56cm x 71cm


water lilies

The Waterlilies 1904 -0231
print size: 56cm x 45cm


waterlilies 1918

The Waterlilies 1918 - 0232
print size: 56cm x 67cm


willow

The Willow 1885 - 0233
print size: 56cm x 39cm


winter

The Winter near Lavacourt 1880 - 0234
print size: 56cm x 41cm


view from the clifs

View to the Sea from the Cliffs 1881 - 0235
print size: 56cm x 45cm


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