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Claude Monet

When did Claude Monet paint Water Lilies?

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Answered 2011-05-18 10:34:50

He started using this subject in the 1890's and made very many paintings of it up till his death in 1926.

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I am sure the water lilies inspired him.

Claude Monet is famous for his water lilies paintings.

Claude Monet, of course, loved to paint water lilies (les nympheas).

oscar-claude monet painted water lillies

In the garden of his home in Giverny, where the water lily pond is. .

approximately 250 oil paintings

Because they were his favorite subject between the 1890s and 1926.

In 1897, if you mean Claude Monet. "When did HE paint ...? is an impossible question. How can I know who you mean????

Because he loved his water lily pond, which always looked different from the day before.

He was an impressionist so it is very likely that he painted using the plenair technique.

Claude Monet liked to paint landscapes.

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.

He painted dozens of water lily painting during his last 30 years. Are you asking about a particular one of these?

claude monet liked to paint waterlilyes

About 2000. It's hard to determine the exact number of paintings of Claude Monet since there are still some of his works that are not yet discovered. However, he is known for a series of water lilies, gardens and landscape paintings.

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

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

Claude Monet"s style was Impressionism and Modern art

Again and again during the last 30 years of his life.

He made hundreds of water lilies paintings between the 1890s and 1926.

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

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

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