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Claude Monet did, yes.

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becase he loved all his painting and wonid to be fams so he showd all the peopel.


Un peintre impressionniste. Or do you want examples? Claude Monet, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Berthe Morisot...



In all honesty, he did nothing to improve the everyday lives of people, He was a painter, his paintings entertained a great many people and gave art critics something to discuss during lunch. If this is a homework question though you may want to overplay the importance to massage your teacher's ego and in turn hopefully she will reward you with good marks.


Is that even a question? lol. why do people always so stupid -.-



Michelangelo did not want to be a painter, he wanted to be an sculptor. He painted because he was commissioned to do so but he disliked painting.


He was inspired because of his farther was a faos painter and a gilder. so thatd is why Francisco Goya was a inspired to become a famous painter and gilder like his farther.


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Yes in fact he wanted to be a painter.


yes he did but they rejected him from the institution.


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She was first a teacher then a painter. Just as she wanted.


well if i am answering this the right way one shall become a painter because they enjoy doing it for a hobby if you do not want to become alright. someone else will.


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Water lilies, gardens, the color of the light changing during the day, Eugene Boudin, the moment, the landscape, the shores of Brittaney, etc..- I want to paint the air in which the bridge, the house and the boat are to be found - the beauty off the air around them, and that is nothing less than the impossible.* artist quotations from "Discovering Art, - The life time and work of the World's greatest Artists; MONET", K.E. Sullivan, Brockhamptonpress, London 2004, p. 8


Impressionism started with the concept that atmosphere could be expressed the best by using unbroken colors (not mixed with black or white) and to place the color dots side by side, because the eye connects them altogether and give one totally impression.The other idea of Impressionism was to catch the moment itself, when the painter is standing in the landscape and the weather is changing every moment."I want to paint the air in which the bridge, the house and the boat are to be found - the beauty off the air around them, and that is nothing less than the impossible." (Claude Monet)


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