Claude Monet

“One can do something if one can see and understand it.”
– Monet

What I love most about Monet’s style and technique is that it is essentially composed of many short and quick dashes or random brush strokes. It may not look as impressive close up, but as you pan out of each piece the picture begins to make sense and it seems as though you see more detail further away.

Above are some of Monet's works, of which are listed below. Clicking on the title of a piece will take you to it's respective page on Monet's website.

    1. The Garden at Sainte-Adresse
    2. Water Lilies
    3. Woman with a Parasol
    4. Haystacks – Snow Effect
Ms.Nicole J is not responsible for the content of external internet sites.
Disclaimer: The images shown above are copyrighted, and displayed on in compliance with fair use.

error: Content is protected !!