It is one of his many Impressionism paintings.
It is an oil painting on canvas.
Monet painted things that were around him. He wasn't trying to 'say' anything. He was simply painting his wife and son walking along in the blooming poppies. This was long before the Poppy was a symbol of war.
Dozens and dozens of his paintings are famous:Impression, SunrisePoppies BloomingSaint Lazare StationHaystacksRouen CathedralJapanese BridgeWater Liliesand many more
I cannot be sure what painting you mean. One famous "poppy painting" is Field of Poppies by Claude Monet, painted in 1873.
Claude Monet expressed himself through painting. Painting was his passion.
He encouraged Claude Monet to start painting outdoors.
Claude Monet got into painting because he liked how the nature was, so he started to painting different pictures in the future.
When he died in 1926.
He was the founder of the impressionist painting.
The Charing Cross Bridge painting by Claude Monet was completed in 1900. Claude Monet died on December 5, 1926.
The style of painting popularized by Claude Monet and Pierre Auguste Renoir was impressionism.
By the middle of the 19th century, 1858, it can be said that Claude Monet was a professional painter.
Yes he did, in Paris.
he was 7 and a half years old when he started painting
The affect of light and color - apex
The representation of subtle changes in light.
- Impression, Sunrise - Field of Poppies - Water Lily Pond.