Monet Shrine: A Look Behind The Scenes Analysis

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Monet Shrine: A Look Behind the Scenes Claude Oscar Monet was an artist that captured the beauty of nature all around him and could leave you stunned by his end products. Monet was born on November 14, 1840, in Paris on the fifth floor of 45 rue Laffitte. He later passed at the age of 86 years old on December 5,1926, from lung cancer. Monet began his young education at the secondary school of arts. Monet was mentored by Eugene Boudin, who taught him how to use oil paints and techniques on how to paint outdoor landscapes. Monet knew he had a talent for outdoor landscapes after working with Boudin. Monet later went to Charles Gleyre in Paris, where he met many fellow artists and friends that exchanged tips and approaches to new art. The artists were Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Frederic Bazille and Alfred Sisley, together they created what became known as Impressionism from the way they applied the en plein-air technique in landscape paintings. The primary type of artwork that Monet constructed were paintings of nature and landscapes. …show more content…
Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Frederic Bazille and Alfred Sisley were three artists that worked with Monet during his advancements to becoming an artist. All three of these artists used mostly paint and they all conquered the art of light en plein-air style landscapes. They painted sceneries and landscapes of nature's finest pieces. Theses artists were similar to Monet because they focused on painting outdoor pieces. They all met in Paris at the Charles Gleyre and helped create what became known as Impressionism by using rapid brushstrokes on tiny pieces of nature. Pierre Auguste Renoir and Monet showed their artworks in Paris that became known as the first Impressionist Exhibition. All of the painters used a brighter palette for their paintings to give off a warmer feeling for the Impressionist

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