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Claude Monet met an artist named Eugene Boudin in 1856 at Le Havre. He was the one who encouraged Monet to paint outdoors.

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Monet loved to paint the outdoors and everything outside. It was the way Eugene Boudin taught him to paint.



The painter Eugene Boudin did.


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