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2010-01-07 19:54:51
2010-01-07 19:54:51

Dozens and dozens of his paintings are famous:

Impression, Sunrise

Poppies Blooming

Saint Lazare Station

Haystacks

Rouen Cathedral

Japanese Bridge

Water Lilies

and many more

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