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Claude Monet Biography


Claude Monet Paintings
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Monet's Garden at Sainte-Adresse features many of the artist's relatives relaxing on a terrace.

Claude Monet's painting often feature marine scenes, landscapes, and water lilies, but you'll also find family members, contemporary technology, and the occasional interior view among his works.











Enjoy these Claude Monet paintings:

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Corner of the StudioRue de la Bavolle, Honfleur Dejeuner sur l'herbe
Women at the Garden at Ville d'Avray Garden at Sainte-Adresse On the Bank of the Seine, Bennecourt
The Magpie The Red Kerchief: Portrait of Mrs. Monet La Grenouillere
Landscape Near Zaandam Regatta at Argenteuil Impression Sunrise (1872)
Jean Monet on His Hobby Horse The Artist's House at Argenteuil Bridge at Argenteuil
The Studio Boat Boulevard des Capucines The Luncheon, Monet's Garden at Argenteuil
Autumn in Argenteuil The Poppy Field, near Argenteuil The Train in the Snow
Unloading Coal An Apartment Corner Woman with a Parasol -- Madame Monet and Her Son
The Tuileries Corner of the Garden at Montgeron Turkeys
The Hunt La Gare Saint-Lazare. Les signaux La Gare Saint-Lazare
Rue Montorgueil in Paris, Festival of 30 June 1878 Church at Vetheuil with Snow The Break-up of the Ice
The Artist's Garden at Vetheuil Bouquet of Sunflowers Cliff Walk at Pourville
Low Tide at Pourville near Dieppe Cabin of the Customs Watch by Claude Monet The Cliff at Dieppe
Coucher de soleil a Etretat The Manneporte (Etretat) Villas in Bordighera, Italy
The Departure of the Boats, Etretat Etretat, gate of Aval: Fishing boats leaving the harbor Rocks at Belle-Isle, Port-Domois
Storm, Belle-Isle coast The Artist's Garden at Giverny Poppy Field in a Hollow near Giverny
Woman with an Umbrella turned towards the right Springtime (Le Printemps) Bend in the Epte River near Giverny
Waterlilies, night effect The Boat at Giverny Bridge Over a Pond of Water Lilies
The Waterlily Pond, Harmony in Pink Water Lily Pool Waterlily Pond
Garden in Giverny Flowering Arches, Giverny Valley of the Creuse (Sunlight Effect)
Prairie a Giverny Haystacks: End of Summer Grainstacks in Bright Sun
Stack of Wheat (Thaw, Sunset) Poplars, White and Yellow Effect Four Trees
Grainstacks, Effect of Snow and Rain Poplars on the Banks of the River Epte The Portal, Harmony in Brown
Rouen Cathedral, Morning Sun, Blue Harmony Rouen Cathedral at the End of the Day (Sunlight Effect) Charing Cross Bridge
Waterloo Bridge Waterloo Bridge, Gray Day The Houses of Parliament (Effect of Fog)
Water Lilies Waterloo Bridge, London, at Sunset Le Bassin des Nympheas (Water Lily Pond)
Water Lilies Water Lilies The Church of San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice
Gondola in Venice Irises by the Pond Water Lily Pond with Irises
Waterlilies at Giverny Sunset Water Lily Pond
The Clouds The Morning Morning
Green ReflectionsThe Two WillowsThe Morning

 

AB­OUT THE AUTHOR

Debra N. Mancoff, Ph.D., is an art historian and lecturer and the author of numerous books on nineteenth-century European and American painting, including Publication International, Ltd.'s, Impressionism and Van Gogh. Other titles include Sunflowers, Monet's Garden in Art, Van Gogh: Fields and Flowers, and Mary Cassatt: Reflections of Women's Lives. Ms. Mancoff is a scholar in residence at the Newberry Library and an adjunct associate professor and adjunct lecturer at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.