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“Colour is my day-long obsession, joy and torment” ~ Claude Monet. Monet is my all-time favorite artist. I love his view of Impressionism and the way he painted it. I have the canvas, Woman With a Parasol, in my home.

Claude Monet, peintre, dans son atelier : [photographie de presse] / Agence Meurisse - 1

Artists and their Studios - WetCanvas : Claude Monet in his third studio at Giverny c. 1924 in front of the Nympheas

Monet dans son atelier, 1923# Claude Monet (1840-1926) est un peintre emblématique du mouvement impressionniste, qui tire son nom de l’une de ses compositions : Impression, soleil levant (1872). A Giverny, il exécute de célèbres séries (comme les meules de foin) pour étudier les variations de la lumière. De la fin des années 1890 jusqu’à sa mort en 1926, le peintre se consacre au cycle des Nymphéas, aujourd'hui exposé au musée de l'Orangerie (Paris)#http://urlz.fr/3gH0#HuffingtonPost#6,1,24

10 (More) Gorgeous Colorized Photos That Put History In A New Light

Claude Monet standing next to paintings from his Water Lilies series, 1923 © Dana Keller

imperiovida:  Picasso                                                       …

Pablo Picasso, 1954 by Arnold Newman on Curiator, the world's biggest collaborative art collection.

Vincent Van Gogh......he sure looks clean cut at this young age. The years sure took a toll on him.

Dutch art dealer, Theodorus van Gogh Theo was a life-long supporter and friend to his brother, Vincent. Theo died of dementia paralytica at the age of 33 just one year after his brother committed suicide.

The Red Cape (Madame Monet)  - Claude Monet

The Red Kerchief: Portrait of Mrs. Monet by Claude Monet - The Red Kerchief: Portrait of Mrs. Monet by Claude Monet shows Camille Monet through a window on a snowy day.

Claude Monet, A Seascape, Shipping by Moonlight, 1864

A Seascape: Shipping by Moonlight, Claude Monet, 1864 at the National Gallery of Scotland Edinburgh Scotland

Claude Monet and Alice Hoschedé Monet

October Venice, Italy: French Impressionist painter Claude Monet and his wife Alice Hoschedé Monet feeding pigeons in Piazza San Marco.

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