Claude Monet 1850 - 1926
One of his paintings gave the name to the art movement to which we owe the most beautiful landscape paintings in history: Impressionism. Monet liked to paint in the open air. Like no other, he succeeded in capturing the magic of the moment in his photographs and captured it on canvas forever: the play of the sun's rays on reflective water surfaces, light and shadow in the leaves of trees or the bright colours of a summer garden.
Tulip Field / Tulip Field
Champ the pavot / Mohnfeld / Poppy Field / Poppy Field
La maison de l'artiste / Das Künstlerhaus / The Artist's House / The Artist's House
Nymphéas II / Seeroses II / Nymphéas II / Sea anemones
Chemin dans les blés à Pourville / Swischen Weizenfeldern beach road / Path through the Corn / Beach path between grain fields