Impressionist Works Of Claude Monet

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(1) Impressionist chooses themes from everyday life and painting outdoors. The goal was to get a representation of a spontaneous and direct world, and for that they focused on the effects of natural light on objects. They mainly focus on light, moment and the space. The abstract- impressionist used reason and intellect, divided into figurative and non-figurative, the non-figurative had no known forms they are pure images coming from the author 's mind. It is mechanical and can be cold. Figurative abstraction uses real forms but distorted and simplified even to lose its basic characteristics -it is free- might please the eye, because the author seeks to convey our emotions without seeking cosmetic beauty - are simplified geometrics forms , without any apparent order nor purpose. This being said one can conclude that Claude Monet 's (an impressionist) painting “Coquelicots” has been called landscaping painting because it reflects a scene from nature. His painting doesn’t show great detail on people’s faces nor does shows details on “things”, rather his painting focuses on the moment that the artist tries to express in his work. Through Claude Monet’s painting one can easily guess the time in history where the painting took place. On the other hand, Mondrian’s painting Broadway Boogie-Woogie even though belongs to a different period in the art moment, it’s painting shows clear similitudes to Claude Monet 's “Coquelicots”. Broadway Boogie-Woogie also comes from the artist…

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