Impressionistic Landscape Course-Claude Monet

Impressionistic Landscape Course-Claude Monet


Art teacher and founder of Art Academica invites you to join her in this art conversation about magic work of Claude Monet. "View on the Seine near the Giverny"- is one of his serene landscapes. Most well-known today for his series of serene water lilies paintings, 19th-century Impressionist Claude Monet was a groundbreaking tour de force in the development of expressive art. Throughout his long life, which spanned the years between 1840 and 1926, Monet would progress from drawing amusing caricatures of friends to capturing the elusive nuances of natural scenes in various attitudes of light and color. By striving to translate his unique perception of the natural world directly to the canvas, the artist was instrumental in forging an entirely new direction for the world of art.

To paint this work you will need:

1. Canvas

2. Oil Paint: Titanium White, Yellow Medium, Ochre Yellow, Vermilion, Carmine, Cyan Blue, Ultramarine Blue, Burnt Umber.

3. Brushes

4. Linseed Oil

5. Paper Towel


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