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Introduction: Monet's Water Lily Pool
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An introduction to Monet's "water landscapes", paintings of his water garden, complete with Japanese footbridge, that he designed in Giverny.
Overview: Monet's Later Paintings of Flowers
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An exploration of Monet's late, decorative works of the flowers in his Giverny water garden, in which forms disintegrate into patterns of texture and color.
Summary: Monet's Sandvika, Norway
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A summary of Monet's two-month excursion to Norway and a look at the northern landscape he painted in harsh, winter conditions.
Overview: Cross's Beach at Cabasson
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Read about the artist's Neo-Impressionist painting technique, in which he created decorative surfaces with dot brush strokes.
Introduction: Monet's Captivation of London Weather Effects
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Learn about Monet's fascination with capturing the atmospheric effects of London's fog in his paintings.
Introduction: Denis's Easter Mystery
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An introduction to Easter Mystery, in which Nabis artist Maurice Denis used a highly decorative painting style to tell the Resurrection story.
Introduction: Bonnard's Earthly Paradise
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An introduction to one of four decorative panels with the theme of the pastoral landscape that the artist created as an ensemble between 1916 and 1920.
Examination: Seurat's Landscape with Trees
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An introduction to Georges Seurat's preparatory works for A Sunday on La Grande Jatte - 1884, with a focus on the Art Institute's 1884 black conte crayon study of trees.
Overview: Monet's "Stacks of Wheat" Series
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An overview of Monet's grainstack painting series, executed in 1890 and 1891 with the goal of recording the same objects in different atmospheric conditions.
Analysis: Van Gogh's The Poet's Garden
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An analysis of the artist's painting of an Arles garden, including its emotional and symbolic meaning for van Gogh.

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