Claude Monet was born in November of 1840 and died on December of 1926. He was a French Impressionist and lived in Paris, France. His composition “Impression Sunrise” was in an exhibition in April of 1874. “Water Lilies” is yet another painting he did.
He finished “Water Lilies” in 1916 and today it is in the National Museum of Western Art in Tokyo. My favourite is “The Magpie” which he painted in 1869.
A nice snowy scene on a winters day. I suspect that Monet went through quite a bit of titanium white and the lightest shades of blue/gray.
I saved “Impression Sunrise” for last to touch on one thing. It may seem that the sun is the brightest spot on the canvas, it is in fact (when measured with a photometer) the same brightness/luminance as the sky.