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Retratos

Cl aude

Monet


Indice Camille sur la Plage Vin de Bordoleaux Portrait de Jeunesse de Blanche Hoschede Camille au Petit chien La Japonaise Portrait de Michel Monet bĂŠbĂŠ

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Vin de Bordoleaux Bordeaux Wine

Musée Marmottan, Paris.

This is one of the earliest pieces of this artist. Claude began his career as a caricaturist., for which he had achieved local success by 1856.A founding member of the Impressionists (his painting Impression: Sunrise [1872] gave the movement its name), his fascination with the play of light on objects led him to produce series of single subjects painted at different times of day and under different weather conditions, such as the Haystacks series (1890–91) and Rouen Cathedral (1892–95). Among his most famous paintings are the Waterlilies series.

Sunrise gave the movement its name), his fascination with the play of light on objects led him to produce series of single subjects painted at different times of day and under different weather conditions, such as the Haystacks series (1890–91) and Rouen Cathedral (1892–95). Among his most famous paintings are the Waterlilies series, which he began in 1899 and which occupied him for the rest of his life.

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Portrait de Jeunesse de Blanche Hoschede Celimage. sa/ Lessing Archive

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Camille posed for all four women in th painting , wearing hired dresses: the impoverished monet could not aford clothes like this. Monet submitted the painting, which as painted at Ville d’ Avray, for the 1867 Salon, but it was rejected. A founding member of the Impressionists (his painting Impression: Sunrise [1872] gave the movement its name), his fascination with the play of light on objects led him to produce series of single subjects painted at different times of day and under different weather conditions, such as the Haystacks series (1890–91) and Rouen Cathedral (1892–95). Among his most famous paintings are the Waterlilies series, which he began in 1899 and which occupied him for the rest of his life. His second point was concerned with the spontainety of art and painting exactly what was in front of the artist.


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Camille au Petit chien

Private Collection, Zurich

This intimate portrait is one of the few that shows camille in a formal pose. Although not shown face on, her features have been recorded in the kind of detail lacking in many of th paintings she posed for Monet as a Model. Camille posed for all four women in th painting , wearing hired dresses: the impoverished monet could not aford clothes like this. Monet submitted the painting, which as painted at Ville d’ Avray, for the 1867 Salon, but it was rejected. A founding member of the Impr

essionists (his painting Impression: Sunrise [1872] gave the movement its name), his fascination with the play of light on objects led him to produce series of single subjects painted at different times of day and under different weather conditions, such as the Haystacks series (1890–91) and Rouen Cathedral (1892–95). Among his most famous paintings are the Waterlilies series, which he began in 1899 and which occupied him for the rest of his life. His second point was concerned with the spontainety of art and painting exactly what was in front of the artist. By posing Camille with her face turned down toward her book, her features are not easily distinguishable. She looks steadily forward, and some sense of her character can be gleaned from th attitude of the head and th quiet pose. Included in the second Impressionist exhibition, this work was an abrupt departure from the style that monet had been cultivating over the preceding decade. Camille posed for all four women in th painting , wearing hired dresses: the impoverished monet could not aford clothes like this. Monet submitted the painting, which as painted at Ville d’ Avray, for the 1867 Salon, but it was rejected. The treatment of the subject in this paintings is simplistic. The figure pose on the beach facing toward the viewer and in close proximity, yet she only has no features to her face, with the , merest hint of an outline for her nose and eyes. She is an anonymous woman without identity. 9


Camille sur la Plage Camille on the Beach

Celimage.sa/ Lessing Archive The treatment of the subject in this paintings is simplistic. The figure pose on the beach facing toward the viewer and in close proximity, yet she only has no features to her face, with the , merest hint of an outline for her nose and eyes. She is an anonymous woan without identity. This is one of the earliest pieces of this artist. Claude began his career as a caricaturist., for which he had achieved local success by 1856.A founding member of the Impressionists (his painting Impression: Sunrise [1872] gave the movement its name), his fascination with the play of light on objects led him to produce series of single subjects painted at different times of day and under different weather conditions, such as the Haystacks series (1890–91) and Rouen Cathedral (1892–95). Among his most famous paintings are the Waterlilies series, which he began in 1899 and which occupied him for the rest of his life.


La Japonaise

The Japanese Woman

Boston Museum of Art, Boston Included in the second Impressionist exhibition, this work was an abrupt departure from the style that monet had been cultivating over the preceding decade. Camille posed for all four women in th painting , wearing hired dresses: the impoverished monet could not aford clothes like this. Monet submitted the painting, which as painted at Ville d’ Avray, for the 1867 Salon, but it was rejected. A founding member of the Impressionists (his painting Impression: Sunrise [1872] gave the movement its name), his fascination with the play of light on objects led him to produce series of single subjects painted at different times of day and under different weather conditions, such as the Haystacks series (1890–91) and Rouen Cathedral (1892–95). Among his most famous paintings are the Waterlilies series, which he began in 1899 and which occupied him for the rest of his life. His second point was concerned with the spontainety of art and painting exactly what was in front of the artist. 11


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Portrait de Michel Monet bébé Celimage.sa/ Lessing Archive

The treatment of the subject in this paintings is simplistic. The figure pose on the beach facing toward the viewer and in close proximity, yet she only has no features to her face, with the , merest hint of an outline for her nose and eyes. She is an anonymous woan without identity. This is one of the earliest pieces of this artist. Claude began his career as a caricaturist., for which he had achieved local success by 1856.A founding member of the Impressionists (his painting Impression: Sunrise [1872] gave the movement its name), his fascination with the play of light on objects led him to produce series of single subjects painted at different times of day and under different weather conditions, such as the Haystacks series (1890–91) and Rouen Cathe

Sunrise gave the movement its name), his fascination with the play of light on objects led him to produce series of single subjects painted at different times of day and under different weather conditions, such as the Haystacks series (1890– 91) and Rouen Cathedral (1892–95). Among his most famous paintings are the Waterlilies series, which he began in 1899 and which occupied him for the rest of his life. dral (1892–95). Among his most famous paintings are the Waterlilies series, which he began in 1899 and which occupied him for the rest of his life.

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Retratos de Monet  

Recopilación de retratos hechos por Claude Monet.

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