Famous Artist Fridays: Monet

It’s time again for Famous Artist Fridays where we explore beautiful art by some of the most famous artists of all time. This week we’re discovering works by Claude Monet.

Famous Artist Fridays

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Famous Artist: Claude Monet

Claude Monet, born, Oscar-Claude, in November 14, 1840 in Paris France. This French painter is credited as the founder of the Impressionist style. He often worked in series producing a repetition of the same study. His repetitive studies are often seen diaplayed in modern gallery showings in groupings. These repetitions can allow art enthusiasts an opportunity to study lighting techniques, and how changes in canvas affect texture and color.

Spend some time exploring my family’s favorites below. And then, you can check out the resources below for a deeper study.

Oh, and here’s a post I pulled from the archives about our first meeting with Monet. BEGINNING A NEW ARTIST STUDY It’s amazing to see how much they’ve grown since these photos were taken.


“People discuss my art and pretend to understand as if it were necessary to understand, when it’s simply necessary to love.” – Claude Monet


Here are my Family’s Favorite Pieces by Claude Monet


Woman in the Garden (Saint-Adresse). 1867 shows the heart of the Impressionist style that being natural light. The Impressionism style often depicts outdoor scenes showing the relationship between light and color.

Famous Artists Friday: Claude Monet, Woman in the Garden | ArtbyAmandaHilburn.com #art #famousartist


Terrace at Saint-Adresse. 1867 another outdoor scene you can see that this painting is painted in thirds with three disctinct sections, the sky, sea, and terrace. Notice too that the artists perspective is slightly raised above the scene.

Famous Artists Friday: Clause Monet Terrace at Saint-Adresse | ArtbyAmandaHIlburn.com #art #famousartists


The Entrance to the Port of Honfleur 1867 history tells us that this painting served as a small sketch for a later larger scaled piece. However the large scale painting has been lost over time.


Famous Artists Fridays: Claude Monet The Entrance to the Port of Honfleur | ArtbyAmandaHilburn.com #art #famoustartists


Madame Gaudibert. . 1868 While Monet became known for his landscapes his early works were portraits and figure paintings. This piece is one such example.

Famous Artists Fridays: Claude Monet Madame Gaudibert | ArtbyAmandaHilburn.com #art #famousartists


Regatta at Argenteuil. c.1872 a scene from the small town of Argenteuil, which became famous because of the artists who chose to live there. Monet lived there from 1871 to 1878. This pice schoes

Famous Artists Fridays: Claude Monet Regatta at Argenteuil. | ArtbyAmandaHilburn.com #art #famousartists


Madame Monet in Japanese Costume (La Japonaise). 1875, with vibrant colors and details are a beautiful example of Monet’s figures work. It can be noted that Madame Monet, is his wife, Camille,

Famous Artists Fridays: Claude Monet Madame Monet in Japanese Costume | ArtbyAmandaHIlburn.com #art #famousartists

Books for Studying the Famous Artist Monet

Children’s Books about the Famous Artist Monet

Learn More about the Famous Artist Monet

You can learn more about Rembrandt and the Baroque period with this free study from Khan Academy.
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