Clause Monet was born in 1840, in Paris,

Clause Monet was born in 1840, in Paris, France and grew up in Le Harve, France. In 1859 after developing a strong interest and talent he traveled to Paris to begin a serious study of art. He befriended other artists including Pierre- August Renoir, Alfred Sisley, and Jean-Frederic Bazille and introduced them to open- air painting; a method in which was done outdoors, painting directly from nature, where Monet clearly reflected the changing effects of light. He also achieved this effect by not mixing paint before applying it to a canvas which produced a vibrant look of natural light. After going through a rough patch where he couldn’t afford to buy art supplies, he and friends, Paul Cezanna, Edgar Degas, Ronoir, Sisley, and Camille Pissaro had a showing of their works and became known as the impressionists. This had the outcome of a growing market for his paintings and works in the United States, and financial success. He later remarried and settled in Giverny, where the Garden that is featured in many of his later works remains. Monet continued to create wonderful and splendid paintings and works until his death in 1926, in Giverny, France at age 86. Clause Monet was born in 1840, in Paris, France and grew up in Le Harve, France. In 1859 after developing a strong interest and talent he traveled to Paris to begin a serious study of art. He befriended other artists including Pierre- August Renoir, Alfred Sisley, and Jean-Frederic Bazille and introduced them to open- air painting; a method in which was done outdoors, painting directly from nature, where Monet clearly reflected the changing effects of light. He also achieved this effect by not mixing paint before applying it to a canvas which produced a vibrant look of natural light. After going through a rough patch where he couldn’t afford to buy art supplies, he and friends, Paul Cezanna, Edgar Degas, Ronoir, Sisley, and Camille Pissaro had a showing of their works and became known as the impressionists. This had the outcome of a growing market for his paintings and works in the United States, and financial success. He later remarried and settled in Giverny, where the Garden that is featured in many of his later works remains. Monet continued to create wonderful and splendid paintings and works until his death in 1926, in Giverny, France at age 86. Clause Monet was born in 1840, in Paris, France and grew up in Le Harve, France. In 1859 after developing a strong interest and talent he traveled to Paris to begin a serious study of art. He befriended other artists including Pierre- August Renoir, Alfred Sisley, and Jean-Frederic Bazille and introduced them to open- air painting; a method in which was done outdoors, painting directly from nature, where Monet clearly reflected the changing effects of light. He also achieved this effect by not mixing paint before applying it to a canvas which produced a vibrant look of natural light. After going through a rough patch where he couldn’t afford to buy art supplies, he and friends, Paul Cezanna, Edgar Degas, Ronoir, Sisley, and Camille Pissaro had a showing of their works and became known as the impressionists. This had the outcome of a growing market for his paintings and works in the United States, and financial success. He later remarried and settled in Giverny, where the Garden that is featured in many of his later works remains. Monet continued to create wonderful and splendid paintings and works until his death in 1926, in Giverny, France at age 86. Clause Monet was born in 1840, in Paris, France and grew up in Le Harve, France. In 1859 after developing a strong interest and talent he traveled to Paris to begin a serious study of art. He befriended other artists including Pierre- August Renoir, Alfred Sisley, and Jean-Frederic Bazille and introduced them to open- air painting; a method in which was done outdoors, painting directly from nature, where Monet clearly reflected the changing effects of light. He also achieved this effect by not mixing paint before applying it to a canvas which produced a vibrant look of natural light. After going through a rough patch where he couldn’t afford to buy art supplies, he and friends, Paul Cezanna, Edgar Degas, Ronoir, Sisley, and Camille Pissaro had a showing of their works and became known as the impressionists. This had the outcome of a growing market for his paintings and works in the United States, and financial success. He later remarried and settled in Giverny, where the Garden that is featured in many of his later works remains. Monet continued to create wonderful and splendid paintings and works until his death in 1926, in Giverny, France at age 86. Clause Monet was born in 1840, in Paris, France and grew up in Le Harve, France. In 1859 after developing a strong interest and talent he traveled to Paris to begin a serious study of art. He befriended other artists including Pierre- August Renoir, Alfred Sisley, and Jean-Frederic Bazille and introduced them to open- air painting; a method in which was done outdoors, painting directly from nature, where Monet clearly reflected the changing effects of light. He also achieved this effect by not mixing paint before applying it to a canvas which produced a vibrant look of natural light. After going through a rough patch where he couldn’t afford to buy art supplies, he and friends, Paul Cezanna, Edgar Degas, Ronoir, Sisley, and Camille Pissaro had a showing of their works and became known as the impressionists. This had the outcome of a growing market for his paintings and works in the United States, and financial success. He later remarried and settled in Giverny, where the Garden that is featured in many of his later works remains. Monet continued to create wonderful and splendid paintings and works until his death in 1926, in Giverny, France at age 86. Clause Monet was born in 1840, in Paris, France and grew up in Le Harve, France. In 1859 after developing a strong interest and talent he traveled to Paris to begin a serious study of art. He befriended other artists including Pierre- August Renoir, Alfred Sisley, and Jean-Frederic Bazille and introduced them to open- air painting; a method in which was done outdoors, painting directly from nature, where Monet clearly reflected the changing effects of light. He also achieved this effect by not mixing paint before applying it to a canvas which produced a vibrant look of natural light. After going through a rough patch where he couldn’t afford to buy art supplies, he and friends, Paul Cezanna, Edgar Degas, Ronoir, Sisley, and Camille Pissaro had a showing of their works and became known as the impressionists. This had the outcome of a growing market for his paintings and works in the United States, and financial success. He later remarried and settled in Giverny, where the Garden that is featured in many of his later works remains. Monet continued to create wonderful and splendid paintings and works until his death in 1926, in Giverny, France at age 86.Manet has a one-man exhibition of pastels at La Vie Moderne in Paris. The seventh Impressionist exhibition is held in Paris with 9 participants. French art dealer Paul DurandRuel uses his new gallery to display the works of Monet in March, Renoir in April, Pissarro in May, and Sisley in June. Manet dies at 51 years. 1883 1903 1899 Berthe Morisot dies at age 54 1882 The sixth Impressionist exhibition is held in Paris with 13 participants. 1881 1874 The eighth and last Impressionist exhibition in held. Alfred Sisley dies at age 59. Vincent van Gogh dies at age 37. 1890 1890 Paul Gauguin dies at age 54. Paul C├ęzanne dies at age 67. 1906 Pierre-Auguste Renoir at dies at age 78. 1903 Claude Monet dies at age 86. Armand Guillauminat dies at age 86.