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Claude Monet first painted one of his first masterpieces in 1891 (Impression Sunrise).

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Yes he did; he had 1 year of it at the Paris school of art!


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No, people thought of his work as childish, as if a 5 year old could have painted it. His work was referred to as "impression"


It is impossible to pinpoint when he first considered himself an artist. Maybe in 1857 when Boudin taught about painting on the beach of Trouville, where Monet put some of his pictures for sale in the window of a local shop.


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He painted a bunch of different water lilies over the course of many years. If you are talking about the 42 foot triptych, which is possibly the most famous of his water lily series, he started painting them in 1899.


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