Edouard Manet and Claude Monet both were French and painted in the impressionist style. In fact, the style derives its name from one of Monet's paintings and Monet is considered the father of impressionist painting. In addition to studio work they painted plein air landscapes out of doors.
Claude Monet did a whole series of waterlily paintings and they are all done with oil paint.
Corot and Manet were a kind of forerunners of the Impressionism Monet created.
He has done many paintings. Here are some kinds he did.
Claude Monet and Auguste Renoir were impressionists. Édouard Manet belonged to the same circle of friends and colleagues, but only for a short period painted in an impressionist way.
Usually oil paint on canvas.
Impressionism. His media was painting, but as a young boy he was a caricaturist.
Monet kind of prefered to paint realistically as Cezanne's painting were more aboriganal and cartoon like
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He was an Impressionist, a kind of artist named because their paintings supposedly give the impression of the subject.
dante painted the painting of your mom
He did not sell paint. He sold one oil painting in his life-time.
The paint that is used when painting an aircraft is high adhesion fire resitant paint. This is due to the fact that the aircraft will travel at very fast speeds, and the paint needs to be certian that it will not peel while in the air.
The first layer of paint. Usually a special kind. When painting a wall you use primer then the color you want.
Claude Monet has a personality where all he can see is mould and he thinks hes some kind of superstar but he's not-he might have to improvise and paint a new braun! lLOL
Depends what kind of paint and the surface you are painting. Possibly 80- 90 square feet if conditions are good.
Winslow Homer's paintings are a kind of Realism.
Watercolor is a type of painting, basically its a kind paint that you mix with water. It is the most popular medium for leisure artists, it is a very versatile kind of painting.
The cheap craft acrylics are perfectly adequate for painting on glass.
Bath Enamel. It is specially formulated for the task.
First by Eugène Boudin who taught the young Claude oil painting. Later Monet went to Paris and became a student of Charles Gleyre, and also studied at the Académie Suisse.
he created watercolors painting and printmakings he painted many landscapes
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Claude Monet is considered the father of Impressionism.
Oil based paint with mixed primer is the best paint for outdoor use. The denser the paint, the better when painting the outside of your home as it protects from weather and age.