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Because the lighting is different at all times of the day, causing different perspectives on the view of what he was trying to paint.

Monet wanted to paint for money and some times for the joy of it.

Monet painted the Japanese bridge over his water lily pond a number of times between 1889-1890.

Probably because they have the same last name but that does not mean they they are related. But they could be but they could not they where born in completely different times. So with saying that Daniella and Claude Monet could possibly and not likely be related.

Monet painted in the Impressionistic style and the majority of his works were done 'en plein air' or outdoors on the actual site, painted quickly from direct observation. Refer to his paintings of Haystacks, Cathedrals, and the water lily series. Monet captured the color of light at different times of the day in a way no other artist had. He used oil paints, watercolors, pastels.

Monet would paint the same scene at different times of the day so that the light would affect the scenery in differnet ways.

He painted this subject at least a hundred times. In different sizes.

The bridge was built in the 1880s, and Monet painted it dozens of times in the 80s and 90s.

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.

He saw beautiful views and then drew them as he first saw them on canvas. Monet was inspired by the beauty of the land and times of day.

Claude Monet was a European impressionist painter. He painted all sorts of things. Mostly things that were simple. He painted them in different lights at different times of day. He painted over 20 paintings of the Rouen Cathedral, over 60 lilies, over 20 haystacks/grain-stacks, alot of his garden (not sure how many), and lots of others.

He painted this subject dozens of times. They are in many of the world's art museums. The famous collection of several large format ones are in the Orangerie Museum in Paris, France.

Claude Monet (1840-1926) was a French painter and one of the founders of Impressionism. Impressionist paintings can be recognized by their liberal application of color, visible brushstrokes, and emphasis on light. Impressionists like Monet applied paint quickly, not worrying about how smooth or finished the final painting appeared. This was in direct contrast to academic art, the popular style of art in Monet's time. Monet and the Impressionists also had a penchant for painting mundane subjects, such as landscapes and scenes of daily life in the city and countryside. Monet is most famous for his series of paintings on the same subject; his series Water Lilies is comprised of about 250 oil paintings that depict his garden at Giverny. Monet and the Impressionists painted the same thing so many times because they were trying to capture the fleeting appearance of light in nature at different times of the day.

There is not only one Monet painting of the water lily pond. Over the last 30 years of his life he painted it hundreds of times.

well you can add water to 1 paint and then add no water to another paint then mix together. THEN YOU CAN PAINT BUT GO OVER THE PAINT A ROUGH 10 TIMES AND THEN YOU HAVE SHIMMERY PAINT.

Monet used techniques that were formulated by the Impressionists called Broken Color. He worked with oil paints and at times used pastels. he used a limited number of colors for his paintings:Lead white (modern equivalent = titanium white)Chrome yellow (modern equivalent = cadmium yellow light)Cadmium yellowViridian greenEmerald greenFrench ultramarineCobalt blueMadder red (modern equivalent = alizarin crimson)VermilionIvory black (but only if you're copying a Monet from before 1886)hi

Sebastian and Claude do battle in Kuroshitsuji II, a number of times.

Each artist had their own favorite theme. Monet is famous for his 'water lilies', a theme he would paint many times. Charles De Gaugh loved painting ballerinas. But if there was one common theme among all impressionists it would be light. The way light played on different objects or the way light looked on water.

Impressionist painter was born in Paris, on this date in 1840. Enamored of painting outdoors, Monet made a practice of painting the same scene at different times of day and season, showing the effects of light and atmosphere on the subject. He particularly loved painting flowers and his paintings of water lilies are among his most famous works. One of Monet's paintings was called impression-sunrise, which was the inspiration for the name to describe the movement of artists who worked to paint a scene accurately and objectively, while using the transient effects of light on color and texture. Monet remarked on the importance of nature to his work: "I am following Nature without being able to grasp her... I perhaps owe having become a painter to flowers."by>mam magsino

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It was made of ground up pigment or plants roots mixed with water and eggshell and yolk

Claude Bernard the Physiologist was awarded the grand prize in physiology three times by the Académie des Sciences.

yes it dose and also u can some times make the color change

In his lifetime he was quite well known. Today he is one of the most famous of all times.

You can paint water base paint over an oil based primer after allowing sufficient drying time. Check the instructions on the label because drying times can range anywhere from an hour to 24 hours.

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