I am sure the water lilies inspired him.
Claude Monet, of course, loved to paint water lilies (les nympheas).
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.
In his garden at Giverny.
oscar-claude monet painted water lillies
In the garden of his home in Giverny, where the water lily pond is. .
approximately 250 oil paintings
Claude Monet is famous for his water lilies paintings.
Again and again during the last 30 years of his life.
He made hundreds of water lilies paintings between the 1890s and 1926.
Because they were his favorite subject between the 1890s and 1926.
Can't find an exact figure. Anyway more than 60.
Because he loved his water lily pond, which always looked different from the day before.
back and forth brush stroke
He was an impressionist so it is very likely that he painted using the plenair technique.
He painted dozens of water lily painting during his last 30 years. Are you asking about a particular one of these?
Two things: 1) He painted water lilies during the last 30 years of his life, which means there are literally hundreds of those paintings. 2) The lilies grew in the pond he had arranged in his garden at Giverny, about 80 km from Paris.
He started using this subject in the 1890's and made very many paintings of it up till his death in 1926.
It was painted in 1932.
Yes, but be sure the kilz is completely dry before applying the paint. The Kilz formula is such that it has no effect on the application of water borne paint, when it is completely dry.
. Acrylics ARE water based.
Most latex paints are similar to water paint.
Water is the solute Paint is solution Paint and water is chemistry
Oil paint has nothing in common with water paint, they are totally different.
Only if the water based paint is a primer. If not,then paint a primer first.