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This is why I wound up taking time off from college. There are so many things I'm interested in and so many things I'd love to do with my life. I got overwhelmed.

This is why I wound up taking time off from college. There are so many things I'm interested in and so many things I'd love to do with my life. I got overwhelmed.

Monet - love Monet.  Had the privilege of seeing an exhibit at the Art Institute many years ago.  One of my favorite memories.

Monet - love Monet. Had the privilege of seeing an exhibit at the Art Institute many years ago. One of my favorite memories.

Monet's Giverny Garden, France.  these gardens were a source of inspiration for many impressionist painters

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Monet's Giverny Garden, France. these gardens were a source of inspiration for many impressionist painters

This ready to hang, gallery-wrapped art piece features dances in blue dresses. Through his work crossed many stylistic boundaries. Edgar Degas' involvement with the other major figures of Impressionis

Edgar Degas, 'Dancers in Blue, 1890' Canvas Art by Trademark Fine Art

This ready to hang, gallery-wrapped art piece features dances in blue dresses. Through his work crossed many stylistic boundaries. Edgar Degas' involvement with the other major figures of Impressionis

What an amazing idea!!! With a super glossy top coat, this nail art would look…

Diseños en acuarela de los que tus uñas se enamorarán

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Monet is perhaps unique among artists in that he created many of the iconic outdoor scenes he would later paint.

A Stroll Through France's Most Beautiful Gardens

Monet is perhaps unique among artists in that he created many of the iconic outdoor scenes he would later paint.

View of Vétheuil, 1880, Claude Monet (1840-1926).  During summer 1880, Monet painted twenty-six views of the area around the village of Vétheuil. Six were painted from the Île Saint-Martin, one of the many nearby islands in the Seine. In this example, Vétheuil may be seen in the background. In 1881, Monet returned to the site and painted the view twice more.

Source: Claude Monet: View of Vétheuil (56.135.1) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

View of Vétheuil, 1880, Claude Monet (1840-1926). During summer 1880, Monet painted twenty-six views of the area around the village of Vétheuil. Six were painted from the Île Saint-Martin, one of the many nearby islands in the Seine. In this example, Vétheuil may be seen in the background. In 1881, Monet returned to the site and painted the view twice more. Source: Claude Monet: View of Vétheuil (56.135.1) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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