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Claude Monet

What did Monet first start to paint?


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Answered 2008-11-02 19:11:16

Monet painted views from Normandy beaches and harbors.


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

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

claude monet liked to paint waterlilyes

He started to paint after Eugène Boudin showed him how to paint with oil paints.

Claude Monet liked to paint landscapes.

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

First in Paris, from the 1890s in his house at Giverny.

Claude Monet wanted to paint Venice Twilight as he loved to paint nature and landscapes. it was his passion!

Monet liked to paint landscapes, and water played a HUGE role in them. Also, Monet bought a house near a swampy pond.

Claude Monet met an artist named Eugene Boudin in 1856 at Le Havre. He was the one who encouraged Monet to paint outdoors.

Monet painted Impression, Sunrise, in 1872.

his love and passion for his beautiful pond inspired Monet to paint his bridge

Monet loved to paint the outdoors and everything outside. It was the way Eugene Boudin taught him to paint.

In 1856 or 1857, in Trouville, inspired by Eugène Boudin.

Usually oil paint on canvas.

Monet painted Impression, Sunrise in 1872-1873.

Claude Monet is famous for his water lilies paintings.

; : 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.

He was an impressionist .

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

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

Claude Monet"s style was Impressionism and Modern art

By the middle of the 19th century, 1858, it can be said that Claude Monet was a professional painter.

Monet and Renoir were the first impressionists.

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