Style And Vision Of Claude Monet Impressionist Paintings

“One day Boudin said to me, ‘Learn to draw well and appreciate the sea, the light, the blue sky.’ I took his advice.”  –Claude Monet In April of 1874, at 35 Boulevard des Capucines in Paris, a group of disaffected young artists presented an exhibition which would change the face of art. Calling themselves “The… Continue Reading

Monet’s 1890s Exhibitions Reveal The Magic Of Light

Even a vague familiarity with Claude Monet’s work renders one in awe of his mastery. Stacks of grain, trees, mountains, valleys and gothic cathedrals are the hallmarks of his series paintings. To the untrained or less perceptible eye, this natural common thread may appear repetitive. However, the exhibition of Monet 1890s series paintings reveals that… Continue Reading

All About Claude Monet Impression Sunrise Painting

Lending its name to the Impressionist movement of the 19th century, Claude Monet Impression Sunrise is perhaps one of the most famous art pieces on display today. Monet described the title for the painting by stating, “Landscape is nothing but an impression, and an instantaneous one, hence this label that was given us, by the… Continue Reading