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Claude Monet Best Paintings

Dear friends, we have chosen for you the ten best Claude Monet paintings in our judgment. We found a lot of them on the website Lavelart.com, which is an online store that sells canvas prints. Monet primarily painted landscapes, but he also created portraits of his wife and child, and he adored drawing them. The photo of Breakfast on the Grass is an exception. He depicted a large number of people in this painting. In general, we hope you enjoy this selection, and we wish you a pleasant viewing experience.

 

1.Antibes Seen From The Salis Gardens

Claude monet Painting

Claude Monet lived in Antibes in January, but even in this winter month, the sun was so bright and warm in this place that the artist wanted to draw it. I must say that he did it well. He lived in a hotel, which was very crowded, there were a lot of other artists. All the people quickly bored and irritated him, and he ran away to the garden of La Salis, where he created his masterpieces. In this garden, he painted 3 versions of the painting of Antibes.

2.Fields of Tulips In Holland

Claude monet Painting

Fields of Tulips in Holland – one of the Claude Monet Top Paintings. Since Monet was very fond of nature and bright colors, of course he was impressed by the Dutch nature in 1871. After visiting this country, this painting appeared, which he completed in 1872. The tulips are not drawn in detail, most likely they are like a red carpet. Looking at this painting, I admire the colors and nature. What about you?

3.The Railway Bridge At Argenteuil

 

The Railway Bridge At Argenteuil Lavelart

For the first several seconds, I was taken aback by this painting. My city has a bridge that is nearly identical to this. Monet carefully combined the purposeful rigor of the building structure, the tiny disturbance of the water, which was barely covered with waves, and the interest of people watching what was happening from the beach.

This painting was previously heavily criticized since it did not apply to the usual definition of landscape. Instead of beautiful landscape, the image’s subject was a railway bridge that only helps to distract from the natural beauty of the area. It left an unforgettable effect on Monet, however, and he decided to paint it.This artwork is famous as one of the most valuable belonging to the artist’s brush.

4.The Parc Monceau

 

The Parc Monceau lavelart photo

This is one of six paintings that illustrate the Parc Monceau, which is located on Boulevard Courcelles in Paris’ VIII district. The play of light and shadow in the front of the canvas is represented in strong contrast, showing the beginning of Monet’s experimentation with two-dimensional ideas, which characterize his works from the 1880s and 1890s. The beauty of the park’s natural landscape is only caused by the presence of human forms.

5.A Cart on the Snowy Road at Honfleur

 

A Cart on the Snowy Road at Honfleur

Winter landscapes were a favorite subject for Claude Monet, and this painting is one of his greatest. Not only is there nature in the photo, but there is also a man travelling in a carriage. Besides this work, Monet painted 140 various snowscapes, the most popular of which is the current snowy painting. If you ask me who the influencer was, I’ll tell you it was Japanese painter Utagawa Hiroshige.

6. The Water-Lily Pond

 

The Water-Lily Pond Photo Lavelart

Waterlilies were depicted in 250 paintings by Claude Monet. And I’m sure this number isn’t correct. He spent nearly 30 years of his life painting water lilies, including his final years when he was ill. In 1889, the artist began painting this series of water lilies, the same year he completed The Valley of Creuse series. His paintings of water lilies are the most popular in the world. After the artist’s death in 1920, the first gallery exhibiting these works was built. In 1927, the show was presented to the public.

7.  The Cliff Walk Pourville

 

The Cliff Walk Pourville

The image depicts a cliff on the Norman shore that is covered with flowers and herbs. On the artwork, a walk to the cliff is simply one of the artist’s effective points of view on this cliff, on the cool Norman nature, which is bright, sunny, and truly summer.

 

Claude Monet painted the painting at Pourville in 1882. Monet made a sequence of paintings in this small seaside village in northern France. We earlier noted that Monet was one of the impressionists who, at the height of his creative powers, tried to express the earth’s vivid richness by painting the changeability of the world depending on the time of day or year. 

 

In his paintings, Monet seems to experiment with light, adding new tones while still leaving room for the first impression. He wanted to draw, to depict the variety of natural transitional stages. At different times of the day and under various weather conditions. Everything is symbolic of the artist’s late period of work. On this canvas, there are no clearly painted flowers on the cliff, but it is clearly seen rainbow colors and the bright colors of the sky –you can feel how pleasant it is, how fresh it is on a sunny day on the cliff, not hot, but warm.

 

8. Luncheon on the grass

 

Luncheon on the grass

Claude Monet began the painting “Breakfast on the Grass” in 1865, inspired by a provocative painting by Edouard Manet that he showed in the Salon.

 

   Except for the forest landscape and the title, these paintings have very little in common. Monet did not create a nude to shock the audience. The style and structure of the composition, as well as the creative style, set it apart.

 

   Monet thought on the painting for a long time before beginning to produce it. The painter used the Fontainebleau forest as a backdrop, and the characters of Monet’s paintings were painted alongside his wife Camille and friend Frederic Basil, another impressionist creator.

 

The painting’s major value is about the production of a harmonious arrangement or a unique storyline; the sunshine piercing through the green lace of the vegetation thrills and fascinates.

 

9. The Forest of Fontainebleau 

 

The Forest of Fontainebleau

 

10. Jean Monet On His Hobby Horse

 

Jean Monet On His Hobby Horse

The artist painted this artwork after the Franco-Prussian War, it symbolizes calmness and confidence. He painted his first son Jean, and for a long time he did not show this canvas to anyone. According to the artist himself, he painted only what he felt and saw. I can say with confidence that this painting is a part of his experiences and feelings.

 

Shabbir Ahmad

Shabbir Ahmad is a freelance enthusiastic blogger & SEO expert. He is the founder of Shifted Magazine & Shifted News. He contributes to many authority blogs including porch, hackernoon & techcrunch.

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