Claude Oscar Monet was born November 14, 1840 in Paris, France. The initiator, advocate, and leader of the Impressionist style, Claude Monet's many works of art serve as the definition of the Impressionist's artwork.
His father, Adolphe Monet, a grocer in Paris, brought the family to Le Havre when Claude was five. Struck by the constantly changing sea and sky on the coast, Claude would go on to put these onto a canvas. Before this however, he started to paint caricatures for locals.
Probably to the disappointment of his parents, Claude decided not to go to l'Eglise de Beaux-Arts in Paris.…
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