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Claude Monet painted about 1,189 paintings in his lifetime (1840-1926).

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Claude Monet is famous for his water lilies paintings.


There are 1,189 paintings attributed to Claude Monet. However, there are several series of almost identical paintings of the same subject.But how many that are the same?


Claude Monet did a whole series of waterlily paintings and they are all done with oil paint.


the reason monet started to paint and become an artist was the nature outside his home


From his head! Maybe his love for travel had influence him to paint landscape paintings. But as you can see on his paintings, there is a love for nature.


Claude Monet liked to paint landscapes.


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Mostly all of Claude Monet's paintings had to do with nature and gardens. My favorite is "Fisherman's Cottage"


About 2000. It's hard to determine the exact number of paintings of Claude Monet since there are still some of his works that are not yet discovered. However, he is known for a series of water lilies, gardens and landscape paintings.


One way is to click the link below and there look at 189 paintings of his. Remember never to mix colors when you paint!


this is not a name 72 wold be if you said Claude Monet


Claude Monet"s style was Impressionism and Modern art


Monet was 10 years old when he first started to paint.


; : In 1858 Claude Monet met Eugène Boudin who encouraged him to paint out of doors. ; : In 1859 Monet came to Paris and entered the Swiss Academy for painting tuition.


Claude Monet would go at a certain time of day and paint what he saw and try to show the time of day in his paintings.


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he was inspiered by his papa



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