Claude Monet


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Noun1.Claude Monet - French impressionist painter (1840-1926)Claude Monet - French impressionist painter (1840-1926)
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Residential concerned are: Mango, The Bernica Emmanuel Ramaye, Kapor Textor, Bellepierre, Phoenix, Little Island, Edward Chaudron center Cauldron Rex, Claude Monet, Kour Prima, Pierre Loti, and La Fontaine, representing a total of 609 housing .
Artists from all periods of time have made use of sketchbooks, including Leonardo da Vinci and Claude Monet.
Claude Monet lived the last forty-five years of his life at Giverny, creating the paintings and gardens for which he is revered.
Claude Monet is one of the founding fathers of that great 19th century art movement Impressionism - so it comes as something of a shock to be told that a third of his career fell into the 20th century.
1840 - Impressionist painter Claude Monet was born in Paris.
This charming full-color picture book is about the Impressionist artist Claude Monet, his pond and the importance of observation both in art and in life.
Without question, Claude Monet is one of the most completely documented artists of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
To enable students to accomplish the shimmering, vibrating effects of a river, we focused on Impressionism and the world of Claude Monet.