Claude Monet By John Spinetto B 11/28

Claude Monet was born November 14, 1840 and died December 5, 1926.

He was born in Paris and lived much of his life throughout France. He finally died in the city of Giverny, France.

Paris, the birthplace of Monet.
Monet is famous for being the founder of French Impressionism. Above is an example of one of his impressionist works.
"Woman with a Parasol" 1875
"Houses of Parliament"
"Poppies" 1873
"San Giorgio Maggiore at Dusk" 1912

San Giorgio Maggiore at Dusk has a couple of different colors like red, blue, and orange. It blends the colors together to make the appearance of a sunset.



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