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Claude Monet was a French Impressionist credited with the beginning of Impressionism.

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Claude Monet’s creation of the Ice-drift series and the Water-lilies series illustrates how the artist’s window influences his work.

Portrait of Claude Monet and a Reflection.

Why some artistic connections transcend decades and centuries? As an artist, I connect with many artists spread across time and space. I’ve loved and admired the works of Claude Monet, James C. Christensen, James Bama, Norman Rockwell, Salvador Dali. Among… Continue Reading →

What was common between Leonardo Da Vinci and Claude Monet?

When we think of Leonardo Da Vinci and Claude Monet together, we see them as opposites. Here’s how the two artists were different. High Renaissance vs. Impressionism Carefree vs. Methodical Invisible brushstrokes vs. Highly visible brushstrokes Unmarried vs. Twice-married No… Continue Reading →

Plein Air vs. Atelier Painting and The Artist

I am a “seule dans l’atelier” artist (that is, if I got the English to French translation right.) But I started as a Plein Air artist. As a child of five, I would sit under a tree, with my notebook… Continue Reading →

Monet in Mourning – The Ice-drift Series Paintings

The artist paints in a window of time and the character of those hours and days spills into his works. Claude Monet painted his Ice-drift series after losing his wife and muse companion Camille to childbirth. I feel his loss… Continue Reading →

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