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Claude Monet

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Transcript of Claude Monet

1840-1926
Born in Paris, France


1845-1850
1856-1857

1851
Oscar Claude Monet

Impression

Sunrise
Family moves to Le Havre, Normandy, France
Exposed to the sea and city
Disliked being indoors
Preferred Outdoors
Develops a passion for drawing at a young age
Mother supported him, but father did not
Meets Eugene Boudin
Boudin teaches him about oil paints and "en plein air"
Monet's mother dies January 28
Leaves school to live with his Aunt
April 1, 1851: Monet enrolls in Le Havre's secondary school of arts
Becomes popular for his charcoal caricatures which he sold
1859-1865
Moves to Paris
Monet discovers Manet
Joins the army for a seven year commitment
Studied under Charles Gleyre
1911-1914
Monet's second wife, Alice, dies
Monet's oldest son, Jean, dies
Monet starts developing cataracts
1909-1910
Monet focuses his paintings on his water-lily series
1920-1924
Monet undergoes surgery for cataracts
Monet paints his final waterlily series contracted by Orangerie des Tuileries
"Haven of peaceful meditation", alleviete the "overworked nerves" of visitors
1924-1926
Suffered from depression
"Age and chagrin have worn me out.My life has been nothing but a failure, and all that's left for me to do is to destroy my paintings before I disappear."
"My only merit lies in having painted directly in front of nature,seeking to render my impressions of the most fleeting effects."
Dies of lung cancer: Dec 5, 1926
Gare Saint-Lazare 1877
1881-1887
1866-1870
The Women in the Green Dress gets recognized
Birth of his first son
Tries to commit suicide
Marries Camille Doncieux
Moves to England
1881-Moves to Poissy
1883-Rents a house in Giverny, France
1887-Exhibits in New-York
1889-1891
1889-Exhbits with Rodin
1890-Buys the House in Giverny, France
1891-Ernest Hoschede dies
1891-Paints the series Meules (haystacks) and Peupliers (Poplars)
1871-1874
Monet's father dies
Settles at Argentuil
Exhibits Impression: Sunrise
Impressionism
Saint Lazare Station 1877
1875-1880
Meets Ernest and Alice Hoschedé
Moves to Vétheuil in company of the family Hoschedé
Ernest goes bankrupt
Birth of his second son
Death of Camille
Monet moves to Paris with Alice
Exterior View Of The Saint Lazare Station- 1877
1892-1894
1892-Paints the Rouen Cathedrals series
July 1892-Marries Alice Hoschede
1894-Mary Cassatt and Paul Cezanne visit Monet in Giverny
1899-1900
1899-Builds a greenhouse and a second studio at the house in Giverny.
1900-Paints the Japanese bridge
1900-Paints different views of Thames
1903-1908
Monet travels to the Mediterranean where he paints landscapes and seascapes
Travels to Madrid where he is intrigued by Velazquez's paintings
Time Period: Second Industrial Revolution
Bessemer Process: Mass production of steel (1855), skyscrapers
Completion of railroads
Increased unemployment as machines replaced humans
Improved levels of health and sanitation
Increased population growth
Increased urbanization
Harsh factory working conditions
Higher pollution rates
Increase in prostituion
Urbanization
Saint Lazare Station 1877
Saint Lazare Station 1877
Thesis
Monet, a pioneer of the Impressionist Movement, specialized in paintings characterized by short brushstrokes which exposes the transient society of Europe at the time due to Industrialization.
Born November 14, 1840
Father (Adolphe) worked for the family's shipping business
Mother (Louise)
1840
Painting Style: Impressionism
Art movement characterized by short brushstrokes, and emphasis on the effects of light
Monet was a pioneer of Impressionism
"Impression Sunrise" gave the movement its name when critics accused it of being a sketch or "impression"
Influences

Affected View of Industrial Revolution
Monet's paintings suggest his distaste for industrialization
He creates a negative perspective by conveying senses of congestion, tension, and being overwhelmed
Some paintings portray buildings as lacking beauty and character
Internal/External Pressures

Depression
To be accepted by the public
Colorblind due to cataracts
Eugène Boudin
His mom and dad
Charles Gleyre
Barbizon painters
Japanese art
http://www.monetalia.com/paintings/monet-rouen-cathedral-grey-and-rose.aspx
http://www.allposters.com/-sp/The-Waterlily-Pond-with-the-Japanese-Bridge-1899-Posters_i1592723_.htm
Self Portrait With A Beret
Water Lily Series
Water Lily Series
An Old Woman Cooking Eggs
Young Woman at the Piano
Man with a Large Nose
Le Havre Museum
London
By William Blake
I wander thro' each charter'd street,
Near where the charter'd Thames does flow.
And mark in every face I meet
Marks of weakness, marks of woe.

In every cry of every Man,
In every Infants cry of fear,
In every voice: in every ban,
The mind-forg'd manacles I hear

How the Chimney-sweepers cry
Every blackning Church appalls,
And the hapless Soldiers sigh
Runs in blood down Palace walls

But most thro' midnight streets I hear
How the youthful Harlots curse
Blasts the new-born Infants tear
And blights with plagues the Marriage hearse


Claude Monet
Clouds of smoke
Left throughout the air,
An overwhelming sense evoked.
Under a roof he made aware
Detriments like pollution uncloaked.
Everything once calm, no longer there,

Majestic pastures and clear skies now rare.
Oppression and congestion invoked
Naturally by short brushstrokes.
Everything once calm, no longer there,
The world became aware.

http://giverny.org/gardens/fcm/visitgb.htm
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