Claude Monet was a French Impressionist painter that lived from 1840-1926. He is famous for his Haystacks and Waterlilly paintings.
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Features the artist's life, his house and gardens at Giverny, related posters, prints and books. Also provides a list of current and past exhibitions as well as museums worldwide.
Small site with images of Monet's work.
Getty Museum - Claude Monet
Learn about Claude Monet from the J. Paul Getty Museum's collections, with links to works of art and images.
Humanities Web - Monet
Biography, representative works and suggested further resources for Impressionist painter Claude Monet.
Monet's Long, Luminous Journey to the Edge of Abstraction
Article examines the changes in Monet's style following the turn of the 20th century. From the International Herald Tribune.
Online gallery and artist's biography.
Musée Marmottan Monet
Paris museum that is home to world's largest collection of Monet paintings.Provides exhibit information, short author profile, and sample works with short descriptions. In English and French.
National Gallery of Art - Claude Monet
Featuring several paintings and drawings of the French artist Claude Oscar Monet, 1840 - 1926.
Large collection of the images of the artist's works, with biography and historical comments.
Post 1914 Claude Monet
Account of French Impressionist artist's life and work after 1914.
Still Waters - Monet's Late Works Run Surprisingly Deep
Christopher Benfey examines the many styles Monet experimented with during his latter years.
WebMuseum: Monet, Claude
An archive of Monet's paintings divided up into 10 different sections.
Artist's biography and a collection of images.
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