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Answered 2010-04-19 03:21:34

I'm assuming you meant Claude Monet. Claude was famous for his paintings of water subjects. A few of his famous ones include his waterlilies and his Japanese footbridge in his garden at Giverny.

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The painting Impression, Sunrise made Monet famous for being an impressionist.

By inventing and painting impressionism pictures.

by painting so many paintings like mate

Claude Monet painted Autumn at Argenteuil.

Claude Monet was extremely famous for painting sunsets and sunrises, though many painters have put their own spin on this old painting exercise over the years.

None important, besides organizing his garden as a subject for painting.

Claude Monet spent the last 30 years of his life creating some 250 oil paintings of water lilies. There are other artists who have painted the subject, but none so famous as Monet.

because he was so good at painting so people say he's famous of course. :P

Monet was a founding father of the painting style Impressionism.

because of his painting and sculptures inihh bruvv... lol jkinn

Claude Monet made one painting of this title.The most famous Luncheon on the Grass was painted by Édouard Manet.

Claude Monet expressed himself through painting. Painting was his passion.

Well one of the most famous would be Claude Oscar Monet. He is also well known for painting water lilies.There are many famous French artist. Claude Monet was a founder of the French Impressionist painting. One of his paintings is called "Impression, Sunrise". Pierr-Auguste Renoir helped to develop the Impressionist style. A famous Renoir painting is "A Girl with a Watering Can".

For starting Impressionism and painting a great many paintings in this new style.

Was monet very famous no

There is not just one painting of this subject. Monet painted it again and again and again from the 1890s until his death in 1926.

I cannot be sure what painting you mean. One famous "poppy painting" is Field of Poppies by Claude Monet, painted in 1873.

Claude Monet got into painting because he liked how the nature was, so he started to painting different pictures in the future.

No. Eugene Boudin, Monet's mentor, told Monet to paint outdoors. but it wasn't called Impressionism, it was just called outdoor painting. the name impressionism was from Monet's most famous painting, Impression, Sunrise.

To study how the changing light changed the subject.

The style of painting popularized by Claude Monet and Pierre Auguste Renoir was impressionism.

impressionist sunrise is one of his famous and it was the piece of art that helped name the movement "impressionism"

He was an Impressionist, a kind of artist named because their paintings supposedly give the impression of the subject.

Claude monet was famous because he was a painter

He encouraged Claude Monet to start painting outdoors.

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