Claude Monet Justin Kros, November seek n' find, a period

Claude Monet was born on November 14, 1840 in Paris France, and died on December 5, 1920 in Giverny, France. He worked mostly in Impressionism.

Impression, Sunrise, 19in x 25 in, Musee Marmottan Monet, 1872, paint on canvas
Woman with a parasol, 39in x 32 in, National Gallery of Art, 1875, oil on canvas
Poppies, 50cm x 65cm, Musee d'Orsay, 1873, oil on board
Women in the Garden, 255cm x 205cm, Musee d'Orsay, 1866, oil on canvas
House of Parliament, 81cm x 92cm, 1904-1905, oi lon canvas
More on Impression, Sunrise

Impression, Sunrise shows a harbor in front of a sunset with a few smaller boats leaving the harbor. A river flows towards us, coming from the west, where the sun sets. The red orange sun provides emphasis due to it being a warm color placed on a point of emphasis. Because of all the cool blues and greens, the painting puts the reader in a calm mood.

Split Compliment color scheme: Green, Blue, and Red Orange, and one of the smaller boats

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