Monet’s “Series paintings” are well known and notable, and include Haystacks, Water Lilies, Rouen Cathedrals, Houses of Parliament, Charing Cross Bridge, and Poplar Trees. His prodigious output of nearly 2000 paintings was catalogued by Daniel Wildenstein in the Monet: Catalogue Raisonné.
What type of paintings did Monet do?
What is Monet most known for?
Claude Monet achieved fame for being the initiator, leader, and unswerving advocate of the Impressionist style. In his work he did not try to reproduce a scene faithfully as examined in detail but rather attempted to record on the spot the impression that a relaxed, momentary vision of the scene gave him.
What type of pictures were painted by Claude Monet?
|Notable work||Impression, Sunrise Rouen Cathedral series London Parliament series Water Lilies Haystacks Poplars List of paintings|
|Spouse(s)||Camille Doncieux ( m. 1870; died 1879) Alice Hoschedé ( m. 1892; died 1911)|
How many painting did Monet do?
Q: How many paintings did Monet create? A: There are some 2,500 paintings, drawings and pastels that have been attributed to Impressionist Claude Monet. Most likely the number is even larger than that as it is known that Monet destroyed a number of his own works and others have surely been lost over time.
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