Impression, Sunrise is one of Monet’s most famous artworks. Painted in 1872 it depicts the sunrise over the port of Le Harve. It’s a striking piece of art and when it was displayed in 1874 received a lot of attention. This piece is the inspiration for the term Impressionism. A now famous article written by art critic M. Louis Leroy used the term Impressionist as a derogatory way to describe the art on display at this exhibition. However, the term was adopted by the group and were proud to be known as impressionists.
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Oscar-Claude Monet is one of the most famous French painters in the world. He is one of the founding fathers of the French impressionist movement and his artwork is famous the world over. Monet’s artwork shows how his direct observation of nature and the way that light shifts and changes with the seasons.
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