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Monet Paintings, 42 Amazing Works of Art

Monet, born Oscar Claude Monet is the daddy of the French Impressionist movement. I call him the daddy of the movement because when other impressionist painters gaze upon his work, a feeling of inadequacy coasts their hearts as a voice in their head asks “Who’s your daddy?” in a Barry White tone.

Monet lived a rather normal life and was not inspired by his painful existence, like Frida Kahlo and Van Gogh. Monet painted about the impressions garnered from his Parisian lifestyle.  Strangely enough, this innovative idea was unpopular at the time. Monet was rejected in 1860’s  by the Académie des Beaux-Arts. The Académie des Beaux-Arts was and still is an influential Art Academy created in 1816. In that time, the Academy ran schools of instruction, held exhibitions, and provided venues where artists could display their work and encourage notice.  Here, fresh artists could hope to gain recognition or official patronage. As always, there is a price to pay for such accolades. The fact that the Académie des Beaux-Arts was governed by an institutional structure, certain standards became a necessity in order to be successful. Despite not receiving such this boon, Monet decided to hold his own exhibition.

Monet,  Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Camille Pissarro, and Alfred Sisley organized the: “Société anonyme des artistes peintres, sculpteurs et graveurs” (Anonymous Society of Painters, Sculptors, and Engravers) in late 1873.  This venue existed to allow the artist to show their work without the interference of a jury nor suffer the stifling constraints of the  Salon de Paris. The first Impressionist exhibition was held in 1874 in Capucines, Paris, where Monet showcased the,” Impression, soleil levantwhich put the name Impressionism on the map.

His paintings are powerfully realistic and if you stare at them long enough you are bound to get lost in them as you unconscious casts yourself as a character among its casts. Enjoy these paintings because they are one of the purest ways to experience the Parisian lifestyle and landscapes from a lavish time in French history. I really enjoy reading your comments about how these paintings make you feel and which are your favorites. Please leave them below.

Monet Paintings, The Early Work

The beginning of Impressionist art

1. A Hunter And His Dog On A Boat – 1858


2. Still Life with Pheasant – 1861



3. Le Pave de Chailly or The Road from Bas-Breau – 1865

Argenteuil (1872 – 1875)

Family life at Argenteuil

4. “Les Coquelicots à Argenteuil” – 1873



5. “La maison de l’Artiste à Argenteuil” – 1873




6. “Le Déjeuner” – 1873

Le Déjeuner



Boats at Argenteuil

7. “Le bassin d’Argenteuil” – 1872




8. “Le Pont d’Argenteuil” – 1874


Monet Paintings Le Pont d’Argenteuil


9. “Le Bassin d’Argenteuil” – 1874

Vétheuil (1879 -1882)

The village of Vetheuil

10. “Sentier dans les coquelicots, île Saint-Martin” – 1880


11. “Vétheuil en été” – 1880


12. “Le Jardin de Vétheuil”  1881


By the river side at Vetheuil

13. “La Seine à Vétheuil” – 1879


14. “Vue de Vétheuil” – 1880


15. “Les Saules” – 1880


Bordighera – Italy (1884)

16. “Bordighera” – 1884


17. “Villas à Bordighera” – 1884


18. Les villas à Bordighera” – 1884




The Netherlands (1886)

19. “hamp de tulipes, Hollande” – 1886

hamp de tulipes, Hollande


Monet Paintings hamp de tulipes, Hollande

20. “A Sassenheim près de Haarlem, champ de tulipes” – 1886



Antibes – France (1888)

21. “Montagnes de l’Estérel”  – 1888


22. “Maison du jardinier à Antibes” – 1888



23. “Antibes vue de la Salis” – 1888


London – England (1900,1903)

24. “Waterloo Bridge, soleil dans le brouillard” – 1899-1901

Image result“Waterloo Bridge, soleil dans le brouillard” – 1899-1901

25. “Waterloo Bridge, soleil voilé” – 1899-1901



26. “Le Parlement, trouée de soleil dans le brouilard” – 1900-1901


Venice – Italy (1908)

27. San Giorgio Maggiore at Twilight – 1908


28. The Palazzo da Mula – 1908



29. The Palazzo Dario – 1908


Themes and series

Gardens (1873 – 1876)

30. “Le Jardin de Monet à Argenteuil (les Dahlias)” – 1873


32.  ”Au Jardin, la famille de l’artiste” – 1875


Haystacks (1890 – 1891)

33. “Meules, fin de l’été, effet du matin” – 1892


34. ”Les Meules, effet de gelée blanche” – 1889


Trees, poplars (1890 – 1891)

32. Springtime at Giverny – 1892


The Sea (1882, 1886)

33. “La Maison du pêcheur, Varengeville” – 1882

Flower bouquets (1880 – 1883)

34. “Bouquet de soleils” – 1881


Woman with a parasols (1875, 1886-87)

35. “La Promenade (Argenteuil)” – 1875

Rouen Cathedral (1892, 1894)

36. The Portal, Hamony in Brown  – 1892

Giverny (1883 – 1926)

The village of Giverny

37. “Champ de coquelicots à Giverny” – 1885


Nympheas Serie (1) (1897 – 1908)

38. “Nymphéas, effet du soir”- 1897

The japanese bridge over the Water-Lily Pond (1899 – 1900)

39. “Le Bassin aux nymphéas” – 1899

Nympheas Serie (2) (1914 – 1919)

40. “Nymphéas” – 1914-1917

By the waterlily pond (1914 – 1925)

41. “Nymphéas”- 1916-1919



The Grand Decorations and the Donation to the Orangerie (1920 – 1926)

42. “L’Agapanthe (central part of the triptych)” -1920-1922


 Monet L’Agapanthe

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