Claude Monet And The Impressionist Movement

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One of the most famous artists in the history of art in the Impressionist movement prominent Claude Monet, the famous, also known as Oscar French painter. Was born on 14 November 1840. He gave the name to the Impressionist art movement, where the first modern Impressionist movements is evident in the painting. And spread its influence throughout most of Europe and the United States. Where was shunned by some academic institutions of art. Impressionist aims to capture a moment, a scene the impression of objects. To achieve this purpose, the Impressionist artists moved from the studio to the countryside. That was when taking action natural light and shapes as derived from Impressionist paintings, Sunrise . In this article, I will talk about…show more content…
Was born on November 14, 1480, his family moved to Le Havre. In 1861 he served in the army in Algeria . And studied art in Paris, where he met Pierre-Auguste Renoir, who founded the Impressionist movement. And maintain a friendly relationship throughout their lives. His wife worked several times as a model, especially for women in the garden, painted in late 1860. He was beginning to work with the landscape painting. However gave his portrait at sunrise in the Paris Museum. In addition graphic display to the public at the exhibition in 1874. It was a great success. He lived with the sun and its secrets and its impact on the image of life. And was greeted by nearly every degree of Modern Art at the outset by the public with irony, but as the shock wore off, and settled the various movements in history, and creating new and inspiring generations of artists. Claude Monet died on December 5, 1926. Claude Monet, has a level of detail is very specific down to the color of the primer on his paintings. Where he gives all his attention to detail and investigate techniques to be successful creative designer. Monet used several techniques when putting paint on canvas, such as coatings, and scumbling, and various strikes. Also a light layer to create a natural effect, such as wind and shed light on the work. There is another technique that uses Monet are "visual mixing" an example of this…show more content…
In 1883 Monet moved to Giverny where he lived until his death, a passionate horticulturist, he created a water garden 'for the purpose of cultivating aquatic plants', over which he built an arched bridge in the Japanese style. Monet was keenly interested in horticulture . The painting is one of many executed by Monet with a horticultural theme. In this painting, the artist depicts an arched wooden bridge spanning a pond. There are several large clumps of colorful water lilies on the surface of the pond. Monet painted the work using oil on canvas the painting measures 36.5 by 29 inches. The painting is in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. It was bequeathed to the Metropolitan Museum in
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