Where did Claude Monet live?
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In Paris and Giverny, France.
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Claude Monet was A French impression painter born November 14th1840 in Paris, France. He was one of the originators ofimpressionism, along with other French painters, for exampleRenoir, Sisley and Bazille. Monet married twice and had two sons.He died of lung cancer December 5th 1926. Claude Monet w…hose original name is Oscar Claude Monet was born onNovember 14, 1840 and died December 5, 1926, was a founder ofFrench impressionist painting and even the Impressionism as awhole. He is also the most consistent and prolific practitioner ofthe said movement's philosophy of expressing one's perceptionsbefore nature especially as applied to plein-air landscapepainting. As a matter of fact, the term Impressionism is derivedfrom one title of his painting Impression, Sunrise. ( Full Answer )
Answer \n. \nMonet died of lung cancer on December 5, 1926 at the age of 86.
(November 14, 1840 - December 5, 1926). Claude Monet also known as Oscar-Claude Monet or Claude Oscar Monet was a founder of French impressionist painting, and the most consistent and prolific practitioner of the movement's philosophy of expressing one's perceptions before nature, especially as app…lied to plein-air landscape painting.The term Impressionism is derived from the title of his painting Impression, Sunrise. ( Full Answer )
There weren't many awards to win during that time. But he was the founder of Impressionism.
Water lilies, gardens, the color of the light changing during the day, Eugene Boudin, the moment, the landscape, the shores of Brittaney, etc.. . - I want to paint the air in which the bridge, the house and the boat are to be found - the beauty off the air around them, and that is nothing less… than the impossible. * artist quotations from "Discovering Art, - The life time and work of the World's greatest Artists; MONET", K.E. Sullivan, Brockhamptonpress, London 2004, p. 8 . ( Full Answer )
Born: 14 November 1840 Died: 5 December 1926 For the source and more detailed information concerning this issue, click on the related links section indicated below.
On December 5, 1926 Claude Monet died of lung cancer at the age of 86. He is buried in the Giverny Church cemetery.
He had eight kids total, he married Camille Doncieux in which theyhad 2 children then she died and he remarried Alice Hoschede whohad 6 kids from her previous marriage.
He painted, of course. He painted paintings called impressionist paintings. His type of painting changed the world!
Claude Monet was a founder and central figure of the 19th century art movement known as Impressionism. Early in his career, Monet painted realistic landscapes, but after the 1870s he focused more on the effect of changing light on everyday objects. Often he painted multiple studies of the same subje…cts, from train stations and haystacks to the London skyline, the Rouen Cathedral and, most famously, water lilies. During the Franco-Prussian War (1870-71) Monet fled from Paris to England, where he formed friendships with Camille Pisarro, Auguste Renoir and other figures central to Impressionism. He returned to Paris at the end of the war, but ended up settling in Giverny, where he began a long series of paintings of haystacks (or grainstacks) during the 1890s. Monet's Impressionistic paintings sold well and his financial success allowed him to purchase property in Giverny, where he built a large garden that became the subject of his series Water Lilies (1906-26). Monet's scenes have since become some of the most recognized paintings in the world. One of his lily paintings sold in 1998 for around $39 million, and in 2007 "Waterloo Bridge, Temps Couvert" sold at auction for more than $35 million. Read more: http://www.answers.com/topic/claude-monet#ixzz1C9m0KChI . ( Full Answer )
Claude Monet used media such as hammers, screwdrivers, wrenches, and drills to do his artwork.
He became an artist when he was 30 years old and a mayor saw his art and then evry one wanted some so he became an artist
At 10 year old Monet went to Le Havre secondary school of the arts. His first drawing instruction was with Jacques-Francois Ochard. At about the age of 15 the artist Eugene Boudin became his mentor and friend. There were lots of other artists that contributed to Monets education but these were the f…irst. You can either click the link below called Works , which is a rather boring list of titles. Or the one called Pictures , and scroll down that page to find to sets of reproductions. ( Full Answer )
He worked outside using very quick brushstrokes to capture the effects of the light at the moment.
He started to paint after EugÃ¨ne Boudin showed him how to paint with oil paints.
Claude Monet was an impressionist (a kind of artist, named because their art gives an impression of the subject) who was particularly close with nature, therefore many of his later paintings were of his gardens. He is well known for doing many paintings of the same subject, often from different angl…es or when the light is shining on the subject differently. One his most famous examples of this was a series of paintings on water lilies that he did in his gardens in Giverny. ( Full Answer )
color, detail, and light was one of his favorite techniques. he painted quickly and symotaniously. 18.104.22.168 05:40, 3 Mar 2009 (UTC)~
\n. \nMonet painted in the Impressionistic style and the majority of his works were done 'en plein air' or outdoors on the actual site, painted quickly from direct observation. Refer to his paintings of Haystacks, Cathedrals, and the water lily series. Monet captured the color of light at different… times of the day in a way no other artist had. He used oil paints, watercolors, pastels. ( Full Answer )
Claude Monet died of lung cancer He died on December 5th, 1926, at the age of 86. As he requested,he was buried in a simple ceremony at Giverny, France.
In Claude Monet's various biographies, no explicit mention of anyenemies is made. It is known that he was friends with a number offamous artists, and that they all worked together to build theImpressionist Movement.
His sons (with first wife, Camille) were Jean and Michel. His stepchildren (of his second wife, Alice HochedÃ©), were Blanche, Germaine, Suzanne, Marthe, Jean-Pierre, and Jacques.
become famous because it has alot of beutiful pictures and wonderful picks so he make he's own pictures he shared and then he be famous
His work was a revolt against the old style. Manet bridged the gap to Impressionism so Monet was influenced by him as well as his other Impressionist friends.
He had lessons from, among others, EugÃ¨ne Boudin in Le Havre and Charles Gleyre in Paris.
Here's the answer :) His work was a revolt against the old style. Manet bridged the gap to Impressionism so Monet was influenced by him as well as his other Impressionist friends. .
He worked in Paris and villages in that area. His last home was at Giverny.
Unfortunately, Claude Monet has passed on. We only have his art toremember him by. He was a very famous French artist. He was anImpressionist who liked to paint the effects of light on ordinarysubject matter. Claude Monet died on December 5, 1926. He lived most of his life inFrance. He was buried in… Giverny church cemetery. ( Full Answer )
really Monet lived in giverny France England Africa (he got drafted there) and le havre idk if i missed any places.
Claude Monet (1840 to 1926) made Impressionist paintings. In fact, the title to one of his paintings, 'Impression - Sunrise' gave the name to the movement, the critics made it derogatory. Later on in his life he made paper cut out collage.
Paris 11 years, Le Havre 10 years, Algeria 2 years, London 1 year, Zaandam 6 months, Argenteuil 7 years, VÃ©theuil 3 years, Poissy 2 years, Giverny 46 years. Is this important info??
that is not a question Claude Oscar Monet is the founder of French impressionist paintings who was born on November 14, 1840 and died December 5, 1926.
Being born in 1840 he must have been 5. He was born on November 14, 1840. So, he was 5 years old by then.
This varies. Ask the firm that sells them! Monet reproductions that we see and can purchase today depend on the seller. There are also on canvas while many are on a certain kind of paper. Many of these also are a product of printing.
He was French. Claude Monet who was born on14 November 1840 and died 5 December 1926, was a founder of French impressionist painting. He was a French as his parents were both second-generation Parisians.
Yes, he did. Yes, he is the founder of French Impressionist paintings. He is also considered one of the most prolific practitioner of such movement's philosophy.
That he started a new style of painting, Impressionism, which has become the favorite style of lots of people in our days.
Probably because they have the same last name but that does not mean they they are related. But they could be but they could not they where born in completely different times. So with saying that Daniella and Claude Monet could possibly and not likely be related.
Does your question mean: Did he name his paintings - or have they been named later. In this case the answer is: they have been named later. Otherwise there would not have been a large number of his paintings called just the Water Lilies .
Claude Monet is a hero of the painting movement referred to as Impressionism. Impressionism is a painting style that developed in France in the 19th century as a radical departure from rigid academic representational panting. These painters were interested in the way light defines the way we see. Th…ey used small dabs of vibrant colors (many of which had only recently become available due to the industrial revolution) to create their pictures. They were also champions of leaving the studio to paint outside (plein air painting) taking with them small canvases and tube paints (another modern novelty). While it would be impossible to choose a single image or subject that Monet is known for, in the art world the phrase "Water Lilies" is synonymous with him. ( Full Answer )
Jean was born in 1867 and Michel in 1878. Today (in 2011) they would have been 144 and 133 years old.
the reason monet started to paint and become an artist was the nature outside his home
Monet was born in 1840. He drew caricatues of his teachers. They become his first money makers. A man Eugene Boudin got him to paint in the summer of 1858. Boudin became one of his best friends.
There is usually one and the same answer to those questions 'Why did XXX become an artist?' Because they felt they had the talent and the urge. It is as simple as that!
In June 1861, Monet joined the First Regiment of African Light Cavalry in Algeria for a seven-year commitment, but, two years later, after he had contracted typhoid fever, his aunt intervened to get him out of the army.
Monet was a fickle individual and although his many "wives" were documented to the the public. His memoirs told of only one, his mistress whom he devoted his life around. Micolette was her name and later change it to Serena for obvious reasons.
He sold all his paintings. Nowadays he is one of the most popular painters of all time.
Hi its tahiyah anyways if i know the answer to this you should to but anyways ITS ACTUALLY CAMILLE Doncieux and well they got married in 1870 and he got married to Alice Hoschede in 1892.just saying .
He mostly lived his life in Giverny, France where he died in 1926 and he was born in Paris, France
Claude Monet has a personality where all he can see is mould and he thinks hes some kind of superstar but he's not-he might have to improvise and paint a new braun! lLOL
He was a soldier for a time (2 years) but became a painter andpainted his whole life.