Claude Monet did a whole series of waterlily paintings and they are all done with oil paint.
Oil paints on canvas, mostly.
Monet always thought that the color black was too dull to be used in paintings
Claude Monet used colored pencils to mix shades and styles in his paintings. He often added colored pencil to increase light and change the structure of the painting.
It is one of his many Impressionism paintings.
He made hundreds of water lilies paintings, in all colors and shades.
Claude Monet is a he, and yes. In very many of his painting did he use color. He often painted a Japanese bridge he had in his garden and many of the plants there and the paintings of them are often bright and colorful. He painted them during different times of the day to show how it affected the colors of objects.
Claude Monet used media such as hammers, screwdrivers, wrenches, and drills to do his artwork.
He is an impressionist artist.
Of course he did.
no he did not use oil pastels!!!!!!!!!:@
The impressionist style of painting is characterized chiefly by concentration on the general impression produced by a scene or object and the use of unmixed primary colors and small brush strokes to simulate actual reflected light.
He used natural colors.
black and dark colours
He used oil paint.
Oil paint on canvas.
Use the impressionism art technique.
Oil paint on canvas.
Color and shape, mainly.
Oil Painting- Water Lillies
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His favorite medium was oil paint.
he used his hands
Usually oil paint on canvas.
Yes, oil paint.
He uses impressionism
Oil on canvas
Oil on canvas.
he used bright colors
He is an impressioist! Bright of course!
All colors except black.
It is an impressionistic oil painting.
pressed and short strokes with lots of paint
Claude Monet used poppyseed oil paints and he rarely used black paint instead he used very dark purple for shadows, night skies etc All pure colors except black.
He loved to use crappy brushstrokes when he painted and he loved to fart at night whene he had sex with his wife.
Claude Monet underwent much opposition from other people in the French high society. They were not used to the blurry, insistent colors he used. Monet wanted to capture the play of light, and to do this he learned to use colors you do not normally use in sunlight or shadow patches. Instead of a black or gray, he would use a dark blue or purple. Instead of painting the leaves of a tree just green… Read More
That has been the most common art medium since the 15th century.
He devised a new way of describing the world in paint: Impressionism.
Cant't you see that the reflections are interesting? And in Monet's case there are also the water lilies.
back and forth brush stroke
In practically all of them - he put on paint thickly.
Oil Paints Charcoal Good luck! If you need anything else just ask! :)
Associated as much with the inspiration for his art as with his many paintings, Claude Monet is considered by many to be the foremost, as well as the founding, member of the Impressionist school of painting. Concerned with the play of light on the landscape, Monet's works exhibited new uses of both color and brush technique that were considered revolutionary within the art establishment of his day. Today he is best known for the series… Read More
light colours because he didn't like dull colours it made the art look dull and boring!
Frédéric Bazille let him use his studio in 1862. There he worked with Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Bazille and Alfred Sisley.
Monet used techniques that were formulated by the Impressionists called Broken Color. He worked with oil paints and at times used pastels. he used a limited number of colors for his paintings: Lead white (modern equivalent = titanium white) Chrome yellow (modern equivalent = cadmium yellow light) Cadmium yellow Viridian green Emerald green French ultramarine Cobalt blue Madder red (modern equivalent = alizarin crimson) Vermilion Ivory black (but only if you're copying a Monet from… Read More
claude monet - he uses short brush strokes to show a good use of colour david hockney - he shows block colors and doesnt use much tone at all hokusai - his work is very graphic but still has a lot of detail whistler - he does more rural lanscapes using dull colours and his paintings are usually quite blurry hope i could help!
he had begun the art of impressionism. he influenses many things like art, trouble making and to get the rest go to a local library One of the greatest influences of Claude Monet was his fellow artist Eugène Boudin, who became his mentor and taught him to use oil paints. Boudin also taught him "en plein air" (outdoor) techniques for painting.
He entered the Le Havre school of arts when he was eleven years old, but had apparently been painting since he was at least 5. He continued his studies at least through 1870, when he was forced to take refuge in England to escape the war (he had already served a stint in the French cavalry). Some of his best known works were painted between 1873 - 1878, so were might assume that he was… Read More