Claude Monet did lots of variations about waterlilies
Claude Monet did a whole series of waterlily paintings and they are all done with oil paint.
We have never seen any waterlilies painted by Leonardo. But Claude Monet painted dozens.
Wher did monet paint
claude monet liked to paint waterlilyes
Claude Monet liked to paint landscapes.
Monet wanted to paint for money and some times for the joy of it.
Monet was 10 years old when he first started to paint.
Waterlilies, gardens, the color of the light changing during the day. It wasn't people that inspired him, but objects and things.
Claude Monet wanted to paint Venice Twilight as he loved to paint nature and landscapes. it was his passion!
Monet liked to paint landscapes, and water played a HUGE role in them. Also, Monet bought a house near a swampy pond.
Claude Monet met an artist named Eugene Boudin in 1856 at Le Havre. He was the one who encouraged Monet to paint outdoors.
Oil paint on canvas.
Monet painted Impression, Sunrise, in 1872.
I'm assuming you meant Claude Monet. Claude was famous for his paintings of water subjects. A few of his famous ones include his waterlilies and his Japanese footbridge in his garden at Giverny.
he used technique
his love and passion for his beautiful pond inspired Monet to paint his bridge
Monet loved to paint the outdoors and everything outside. It was the way Eugene Boudin taught him to paint.
Usually oil paint on canvas.
Monet painted views from Normandy beaches and harbors.
Monet painted Impression, Sunrise in 1872-1873.
Claude Monet is famous for his water lilies paintings.