This article contains Claude Monet’s most 15 famous paintings. Claude Monet was a founder of French Impressionist painting. His paintings were admired worldwide by many critics when exhibited.
Impression Sunrise is a painting produced by Claude Monet in 1872. This is one of the most famous paintings of the harbor as it depicts the French painter hometown. The clouds are colored similar to the contrast of the son with orange, blue and violet color.
The Water Lily Pond
The Water Lily Pond is a painting produced by Claude Monet in 1899. This is one of the largest series of paintings which the French painter painted with 18 different canvases. From 1897 to 1926, Monet painted many series of painting in his last 30 years among which include Seine at giverny and Water lily pond.
Poppy fields near Argenteuil
Poppy fields near Argenteuil is a painting produced by Claude Monet in 1873. Poppies near Argenteuil was painted exactly two years before this painting which included the subjects shown in this painting. Here, a vivid splash of poppies, gently moving in the fields is shown.
Morning on the Seine near Giverny
Morning on the Seine near Giverny is a painting produced by Claude Monet in 1897. Monet created other 17 paintings of the same topic. The scene shown in this painting is from Monet’s hometown which shows the seine river.
Boating is a painting produced by Claude Monet in 1874. This painting was painted across the Seine at Argenteuil. There were other artist like Manet and Renoir and they also spent time at the same place. Boating is also regarded as the famous work of Monet
Bain a la Grenoullere
Bain a la Grenoullere is a painting produced by Claude Monet in 1869. Bathers at La Grenouillere is another painting which is similar to this and can be viewed at National Gallery of London. The French painter had dreamed about this painting and with his friend Renoir painted this during summers.
Haystacks is a painting produced by Claude Monet between 1890 and 1891. The name of this painting is common for impressionist paintings by Monet. In these series of paintings, Monet painted wheat, barley and oats as primary subjects.
Garden at Sainte-Adresse
Garden at Sainte-Adresse is a painting produced by Claude Monet in 1867. This painting can be viewed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. The models in the painting were probably Monet’s father, cousin and her father.
Beach in Pourville
Beach in Pourville is a painting produced by Claude Monet in 1882. Monet painted this while residing at a resort of Pourville-sur-Mer. The french artist is one of the major and important group member of painters who did impressionism.
Woman with a Parasol – Madame Monet and Her Son
Woman with a Parasol – Madame Monet and Her Son is a painting produced by Claude Monet in 1875. This painting is also widely known by the name “The Stroll”. The painting depicts Monet’s wife and their sons when they were living in Argenteuil.
Houses of Parliament
Houses of Parliament is a series of paintings produced by Claude Monet during 1899 and 1901. The French painter painted these while looking from this window when he reside in London. Monet painted these series on a large canvas during different times of the day.
Stormy Sea in Étretat
Stormy Sea in Étretat is a painting produced by Claude Monet in 1883. This painting can be viewd at Musée des Beaux-Arts de Lyon in Lyon. It depicts a stormy sea during winter day time. The dimensions of the paintings are 100 cm × 81 cm.
Camille Monet on a Garden Bench
Camille Monet on a Garden Bench is a painting produced by Claude Monet in 1873. Camille Doncieux is Monet’s wife shown in this painting seating in the garden of the couple’s house at Argenteuil. The dimension of this painting is 60.6 x 80.3 cm.
Jean Monet on His Hobby Horse
Jean Monet on His Hobby Horse is a painting produced by Claude Monet in 1872. This painting can be viewed at Metropolitan Museum of Art. In the summer of 1872, Monet painted his elder son Jean. Jean is shown riding his horse.
Arrival of the Normandy Train
Arrival of the Normandy Train is a painting produced by Claude Monet in 1877. The dimension of the painting is 60.3 x 80.2 cm. The train station shown in this painting is The Gare Saint-Lazare and it was one of the largest and busiest train station in Paris.
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