LES ROSIERS DANS LE JARDIN DE MONTGERON
OIL OM CANVAS
24 x 32 INCHES
61 x 82 cm
Claude Monet (from November 14, 1840 to 1926 December 5), was a France painter, a representative and one of the founders of the Impressionist School.
Monet was one of the most important artists in France. He once participated in the popularization of most of the Impressionist theories and practices. Monet was expert in the experimental and expressive techniques of light and shadow. His most important style was to change the drawing technique of shadows and contours. In Monet's paintings, neither shadow was clearly visible, nor highlight or flat-coated contour. In addition, Monet was excellent in the adoption of color, for example, he adopted many paintings with the same themes to test the perfect expression of color and light. He had devoted to exploring the effect of light color and air for a long time. He often in different time and under different light conditions drew several paintings for the same object showing a momentary sensation from changing natural light color.
Impressionist movement can be viewed as a peak of the 19th century naturalism tendency, as well as a starting point of modern art. The name of Claude Monet has closely linked to the history of impressionism. Regarding the formation of such an artistic environment and the new technique he depicted reality; Monet had made much more contribution than anyone else. It is undoubtedly that though the founder of impressionism is Edouard Manet, Monet developed and shined it with greater brilliance.