The Seine Estuary at Honfluer - Claude Monet Canvas
Claude Monet is one of the most famous French impressionist painters of the 19th century. He was born in Paris, France on November 14, 1840. Monet had a natural talent for drawing and painting. He was encouraged by his family to pursue his talent. He enrolled in the Académie Suisse, a school of art in Paris, at the age of eleven. He studied there for three years. Monet's studies were interrupted when he went to work in a paint shop in 1857. He became interested in art through his work in the paint shop. Monet soon became friends with Camille Pissarro and Auguste Renoir. They would often paint outdoors together. Monet then met Alfred Sisley and Charles-François Daubigny. They would paint landscapes together. Monet became interested in landscapes after he went on a sketching trip to Normandy with Pissarro in 1859. Claude Monet's most famous paintings are "Impression, Sunrise" and "Water Lilies". "Impression, Sunrise" is one of Monet's most famous paintings. It was painted in 1872 and shows the effect of the weather on the colors of the sky and water. "Water Lilies" is a series of twelve paintings that Monet painted in the garden at Giverny. It was made between 1916 and 1927. The paintings are of water lilies on a pond.
A perfect addition to every room! Our standard canvas is made from a finely textured artist-grade cotton substrate which consistently reproduces image details with outstanding clarity and detail.
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