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The Magpie - Claude Monet
The Magpie - Claude Monet
The Magpie - Claude Monet
The Magpie - Claude Monet
The Magpie - Claude Monet
The Magpie - Claude Monet
The Magpie - Claude Monet
The Magpie - Claude Monet
The Magpie - Claude Monet
The Magpie - Claude Monet
The Magpie - Claude Monet
The Magpie - Claude Monet
The Magpie - Claude Monet
The Magpie - Claude Monet
The Magpie - Claude Monet
The Magpie - Claude Monet
The Magpie - Claude Monet
The Magpie - Claude Monet
The Magpie - Claude Monet
The Magpie - Claude Monet
The Magpie - Claude Monet
The Magpie - Claude Monet

The Magpie - Claude Monet

This work by Claude Monet is constructed by numerous horizontal and vertical lines of force. At first glance, the snow completely covers the landscape of Etretat, however, when one looks more carefully, all the colors are visible. The light comes from the sun hidden in the fog. In this work, Monet was especially interested in the work of reflections of the snow. Indeed, it is sometimes white tinged with blue, then it becomes pink or gray. The title of this painting lies in the presence of the magpie on the fence.

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L'œuvre en bref

This work by Claude Monet is constructed by numerous horizontal and vertical lines of force. At first glance, the snow completely covers the landscape of Etretat, however, when one looks more carefully, all the colors are visible. The light comes from the sun hidden in the fog. In this work, Monet was especially interested in the work of reflections of the snow. Indeed, it is sometimes white tinged with blue, then it becomes pink or gray. The title of this painting lies in the presence of the magpie on the fence.

The artist

Oscar-Claude Monet was born on November 14, 1840 in Paris. He died in 1926 in Giverny, he will mark the beginning of the 20th century with his work. Claude Monet is considered one of the greatest masters of Impressionism. His taste for light and his obsession with color allowed him to produce major works that are appreciated for their true value. In April 1874, the "Société anonyme coopérative des artistes peintres, sculpteurs et graveurs" organized an exhibition that opened new perspectives for modern art. Claude Monet exhibited his work Impression, Sunrise. The exhibition was not a great success. Wanting to make fun of the work cited, the journalist Louis Leroy called all the artists "impressionists". The term impressionism then took on a new meaning.
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