Individual Project 4
Claude Monet was an important person in the impressionist movement transferred French painting in the nineteenth century. One of his most outstanding paintings is named the Water Lilies (Nymphens). During the last thirty years Monet made countless of oil paintings. The Water Lilies was finished 1926. Monet’s Water Lilies is a two hundred and fifty serious painting that is 78.74 x 502.36 inches large. The painting mostly consists of oil product than paint. The location is at Musee d’ orsey, Paris. There are a lot of details when describing green harmony. The French impressionist used his surroundings to capture the beautiful landscape painting with numerous strokes with the paint brush and dabs of pure paint (known as tachei).
What made Claude Monet come up with this idea? This modern day painting all was actually a real life scene which he planting and nurtured. He had six gardeners to construct the water garden that struck ideas. The painting was different that most people in his time using nature as an emotion figure.
How does this painting make you feel? That was one of his main goals to look at a piece of work and make you think. Every time I look into the painting I feel like it is sucking me in with all the mix and blended colors. In my opinion the painting has a deeper meaning than the art of nature. The impressionist wanted viewers to focus on the emotion behind the painting. In the middle of the painting is dark but at the top it has a small bright light and also included a bridge which creates a lot of questioning. This painting makes you think in a different perspective in many ways.
During this painting the style of paintings was switching and the abstract expressionist would come to call “all-over painting” yet nothing had really changed. Still consistent in his early painting Monet did not change his views. Over the time Monet made countless...