Claude Monet Art Free Download
Claude Monet Art
Claude Monet Art Free Download.
Bring Claude Monet paintings to your desktop! Claude Monet is generally considered to be the most outstanding figure among Impressionists. Monet's art is based on the use of color to draw the motive without resorting to line. Monet was using short brush strokes, which often looked rather like spots of paint, not lines. This was a completely new way of painting that became the mark of Impressionism. He also produced series of paintings depicting the same scene at various times of day. His intention was to portray the different atmosphere engendered by the light at different times of day.
The full version of this pack includes 270 high-quality images for your desktop. A free wallpaper utility, MoodBook, will draw pictures from this pack on your desktop, creating the wonderful look and feel of an original art gallery full of great works of art... Stormy Seascape, The Beach at Sainte-Adresse, Flowers and Fruit, Houses of Parliament, and many more, to excite, inspire and educate...
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is a collection of images of Impressionism art by Claude Monet.
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