oscar-claude monet painted water lillies
Claude Monet is famous for his water lilies paintings.
Because he loved his water lily pond, which always looked different from the day before.
Is it not obvious? He had this big pond made and saw to it that the water-lilies grew there in abundance just so he could paint this, his favorite subject.
I am sure the water lilies inspired him.
Claude Monet did lots of variations about waterlilies
Much the same as an artist in any other country
The late Roy Lichtenstein (October 27, 1923 - September 29, 1997) .
In his garden at Giverny.
Andy Warhol is the artist who does not paint his own paintings.
Probably car or truck-- typically an artist uses paint in his occupation.
Translation for 'wet paint' in the free French dictionary. More French translations for: paint, to paint, wet, to wet.
Paint in French is "peindre".
In 1897, if you mean Claude Monet. "When did HE paint ...? is an impossible question. How can I know who you mean????
approximately 250 oil paintings
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.
It is called a palette.
Joan Miro loved to paint.
No artist can paint a self portrait of someone else.
Well first of he was taught how to paint with oil paint by eugene boudin and basiclly he just loved to paint his parents didnt support his idea he went to a art university also. WHen he was 11 he selled his paintings and the paint shop where he got his supplies lewt him hang up his paintings there for everyone to see
Again and again during the last 30 years of his life.
He made hundreds of water lilies paintings between the 1890s and 1926.
In the garden of his home in Giverny, where the water lily pond is. .
His talent and natural want. He loved to paint and he decided that he would want to become an artist on his own. For more extensive information go to: <http://www.factmonster.com/ce6/people/A0850453.html>