La Grenouillere by Claude Monet

“La Grenouillere” was a cafe on the water, which is located on the banks of the Seine moored to a pontoon, standing in a small branch of the river and

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Woman With A Parasol by Claude Monet

Monet – French painter of the XIX century, the founder of Impressionism. Claude began to draw at an early age. At first, an enterprising little Monet painted caricatures and sold

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Water Lily Pond by Claude Monet

Write Monet water lilies began as early as 1899. During this time he settles in Giverny and carries out his dream – splits an excellent garden Pestryaev all sorts of

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Water Lilies by Claude Monet

Lilies and water lilies by Monet especially liked in the late period of creativity. Throughout his life, Monet took the natural beauty of his paintings from the outside. Now, however,

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Impression Sunrise by Claude Monet

The painting “Impression, Sunrise by Claude Monet Sun was written to them in the morning, during the artist’s stay in Le Havre, the town of his childhood. The painting depicts

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Poppies by Claude Monet

The painting “Poppies” , presented at the first Impressionist exhibition, Monet depicted his wife Camille and their son Jean in a field near his home in Argenteuil. As in many

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Nympheas by Claude Monet

Painting by Claude Monet “Water Lilies” is a dazzling and challenging works by the artist on the theme – water lilies, which were written in the period 1914-1917 year. The

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Agapanthus by Claude Monet

Painting by Claude Monet “Water Lilies and Agapanthus” was begun in 1914 and completed in 1917.Ona it refers to a series of “Water Lilies” and is written in the style

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Bordighera by Claude Monet

The artist was so fascinated by this place that depicted her on all sides in a short time. There are several paintings devoted to this place and they are made

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Haystack by Claude Monet

Thread stacks in the painting is not new; Monet to its already used Millet, Gauguin, Pissarro and Van Gogh – each in its own way. Monet introduces two innovative elements:

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