Claude Monet's painted Charing Cross Bridge (1900) during his London campaign. He returned in February with the compositions he had started, and by March he reported that he had at least 65 canvases completed.
This view of the Charing Cross Bridge, with its misty atmosphere and the merest suggestion of forms for the boats on the water, recalls the approach Claude Monet took in his pioneering work, Impression Sunrise.
Claude Monet's Waterloo Bridge is an evocative portrayal of London's infamous overcast climate. Check out the next section to discover more about Monet's Waterloo Bridge.