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An overview of Whistler's artistic career and fascination with marine themes, as well as his interest in Japanese art and abstract, tonalist sensabilities.
Learn about Monet's conception and design of his Giverny water garden. Analyze his painting Water Lily Pool, 1900 and try your hand at writing a haiku and designing your own water garden.
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.
Discussion questions and activities for Monet's Post-Impressionist painting that borders on abstraction.
Explore the play of light on water—a favorite subject of Monet's—in this photographic footage with music.
Video: Monet's Model of Water and Light
Explore the play of light on water—a favorite subject of Monet's—in this photographic footage with music.
Video: Monet's Model of Water and Light
An exploration of Monet's water landscapes, painted between 1899 and the painter's death in 1926.
An in-depth look at the aging artist's large-scale painting of the lily-dappled surface of his Giverny pond.
An introduction to Monet's large group of paintings of the Thames River in London, completed between 1900 and 1903.
Learn about Monet's fascination with capturing the atmospheric effects of London's fog in his paintings.
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