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Claude Monet Fun Facts

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Claude Monet
Trying to make money to find his way into art school, Monet painted caricatures on the streets of Paris.
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Claude Monet
Taking inspiration from the nihonga style, Monet said that the use of color struck him as memorable yet beautiful.
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Claude Monet
Meeting in the Normandy coastal town of Le Havre, Monet soon released his first impressionist piece inspired by Boudin.
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Claude Monet
The 'Water Lillies' series is Monet's most striking example of light usage.
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Claude Monet
The impressionism genre finds its roots in the title of a Monet painting called 'Impression.'
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Claude Monet
During his later years, Monet developed serious sight issues, which some believe led to his color perception changing alongside his paintings.
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Claude Monet
Defining the 'En Plein Air' era of art, Monet's work challenged the idea of art being created indoors.
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Claude Monet
Monet never painted with what he called 'fake light,' coming from candles or other unnatural sources, and instead only ever painted under natural light sources.
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Claude Monet
Fighting alongside the French Colonial Army, Monet is said to have been traumatized by seeing the way the French treated local Algerians.
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Claude Monet
After experiencing his art destroyed throughout the First World War, Monet left his art under safekeeping.

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