Post by cierlmeyrin on Sept 3, 2011 3:57:15 GMT -5
Monet was also known for his depictions of gardens and flowers. "Bouquet of Sunflowers" (1881), is a Flower Painting that is famous for being an impressionist still-life, with a more abstract approach than was common at the time. His garden and flower scenes were full of the colors of many different flowers, Boats Paintings and his soft strokes often create a mosaic blur that defined his impressionist style, such as in the garden painting known as "The Garden at Montgeron" (1876). People Paintings Monet's "Water Lilies" paintings (1899 -1926) are a series of about 250 paintings that make up some of Monet's most well-known works. One of the pieces of this series is a painting that is 62-feet long. Building PaintingsHe painted a lot of scenes from lily ponds, and his ability to capture the subtle reflections of flowers in the water was something that he introduced and sustained in the impressionist movement, making the series famous. Oil Paintings for sale He would sometimes focus in on the lilies, and in other paintings he would give a more general scene of the pond with lilies, willows and a bridge over a lily pond such as the scene in the painting "The Water-Lily Pond" (1899).