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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?

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approximately 250 oil paintings



He has done many paintings. Here are some kinds he did.


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.


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


ABout 2000 pieces of artwork were painted. It was an estimated amount due to the many unknown paintings not yet discovered.


by painting so many paintings like mate


He started using this subject in the 1890's and made very many paintings of it up till his death in 1926.


There are 2050 known paintings but there were more since he was known to destroy his own paintings.


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


Claude Monet had one brother.


At this time many artists painted in a very traditional way that involved spending hours in a studio, painstakingly creating paintings that were extremely detailed. These paintings were sometimes of people or landscapes or historical events.


Monet mostly painted paintings related to landscapes. Many of his paintings are of flowers, trees, and water lilies. He did several of the same subjects. One of his most famous paintings is called "Water Lilies."


i have no idea..im assuming quite a few


It is one of his many Impressionism paintings.



Monet had a wide palette, but there are a lot of blues and purples in many of his paintings (he liked to paint at dusk!)


According to the official web site, (listed below) He painted 256 paintings.


Claude Monet had two sons named Jean and Michel.


Dozens and dozens of his paintings are famous:Impression, SunrisePoppies BloomingSaint Lazare StationHaystacksRouen CathedralJapanese BridgeWater Liliesand many more


Many famous artists have used oil to paint with. Some of them include:Claude MonetVincent Van GoghFranz MarcFor more artists, please refer to the related link.


Actually, Claude Monet was the second son of Adolphe Monet and Louise Aubree his older brother is called Leon Pascal Monet


Claude Monet was an impressionist (a kind of artist, named because their art gives an impression of the subject) who was particularly close with nature, therefore many of his later paintings were of his gardens. He is well known for doing many paintings of the same subject, often from different angles or when the light is shining on the subject differently. One his most famous examples of this was a series of paintings on water lilies that he did in his gardens in Giverny.


It varies, of course: subject, size, etc Two years ago one of his many water lilies paintings was sold for 80 million dollars.


Claude Monet is a he, and yes. In very many of his painting did he use color. He often painted a Japanese bridge he had in his garden and many of the plants there and the paintings of them are often bright and colorful. He painted them during different times of the day to show how it affected the colors of objects.



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