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    https://www.facebook.com/Claude.Monet.MiaFeigelson.Gallery "Morning on the Seine, near Giverny" (1897) By Claude Monet, from Paris (1840 - 1926) - oil on canvas; 81.3 x 92.7 cm; 32 x 36 1/2 in - Place of creation: near Giverny, France © Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts, US Gift of Mrs. Walter Scott Fitz to the MFA, 1911 http://www.mfa.org/ https://www.facebook.com/mfaboston

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    Claude Monet, Branch of the Seine near Giverny, 1897, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

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Claude Monet was in my opinion the foremost of the French Impressionist painters. His paintings are remarkable in the their use of light. Of all of the painters of any era, he is one of a handful whose work captured the feel of light on canvas. An incredible painter, his paintings really are the spirit of light playing in the material world. Phenomenal work by a consummate artist.

"Walk (Road of the Farm Saint-Siméon)" -- 1864 -- Claude Monet -- French -- Oil on canvas -- The National Museum of Western Art -- Japan

An Afternoon with Monet “It took me sometime to understand my water lilies. I had planted them for pleasure and cultivated them without thinking of painting them. A landscape does not sink into you all at once. And then suddenly, I had a revelation of the magic of my pond. I took up my palette. Since then I have hardly had another subject.” ~ Claude Monet to writer Mark Elder, 1920s via Majorlight

Turner (from a page that lists it as a Monet) Have since found out that Monet may have been influenced by Turner and that Turner is often thought of as a forerunner to Impressionism.

Claude Monet (French, 1840–1926). The Stroller (Suzanne Hoschedé, later Mrs. Theodore Earl Butler, 1868–1899), 1887. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Walter H. and Leonore Annenberg Collection, Bequest of Walter H. Annenberg, 2002 (2003.20.7)

"People discuss my art and pretend to understand as if it were necessary to understand, when it's simply necessary to love." - Claude Monet

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Un coin d'appartement, by Monet