Christ of Saint John of the Cross (Dalí)
The Starry Night (van Gogh)
Walk along the seashore (Sorolla)
Claude Monet was a French painter born in Paris in 1840. He was one of the creators of impressionism.
His first works were realist in style, but from the 1860s he began to paint impressionist works.
The characteristic that pervades all of the impressionist works of Claude Monet is the attempt to capture nature as it is in every moment and at different times of the day.
Monet makes use of a dramatic contrast of tones, eliminating the tones in between.
Claude Monet He devoted many years to depicting urban and country landscapes, and in his later years he painted gardens.
Monet He was also in favour of depicting repeated images, using the same motif in different paintings but making use of different tonalities and varied techniques.
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