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· He was a great artist and helped invent the style of painting called "Impressionism."

· He spent most of his time drawing ridiculous pictures of his teachers!

· The mood of his paintings were happy and filled with nature.

· Monet liked to paint about nature, boats, oceans, lakes, and ponds.

· He was more interested in how something looked when the sunlight was on it.

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