Claude Monet: Impressionist Artist In The Nineteenth Century

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Claude Monet

Beginning from an ordinary man with the passion of art, one day Monet, a French

artist, became one of the most famous artists in the art history. Monet is well-known as a

impressionist artist in the nineteenth century. Impression, a modern art concerned with

light and color, is an illustrated example that show how well he did in his career since this

new version of art was founded by him. With the Monet’s talent, it is unsurprising that he

could succeed a highest position in his career in that era.

Monet is one of the best role models for people who have several obstacles in

their lives. Depression, poverty and illness definitely made him struggle throughout his

life. In early
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In summary, in spite of numerous difficulties in life, he was never leave his

dream behind.

Monet shook off the convention of the past in art by creating a new vision namely

Impression. Vividly, Monet would draw from a perception instead of drawing like it was

especially landscape painting. (Claude Monet, n.d.) The beginning of impressionism was

when Monet loved to stay outside with the schoolbook filled with sketches. Impressive

style founded by Monet is more concerned with light and color. Obviously, there are

many series of his artwork drawn with the same scene but different color. (Water color

painting, n.d.) In 1866, he drew that portrait of Camille (or also called Women in green)

that made he become famous later on.(Claude Oscar Monet Biography, n.d.)

Furthermore, Monet is a nature lover so most of his work always related and expressed

the beauty of nature. In addition, he was originally interested in art for art’s sake rather

than financial gain. Conspicuously, his only merit is to sit in front of the nature; seeking

to render his impression of the most fleeting effects. As well, with the attractiveness in

his artwork, it makes the audience feel the variety of emotions. In conclusion, all
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