5 Claude Monet Paintings
Waterlilies: The Clouds (1914–18): While Vincent van Gogh is associated in the public consciousness with sunflowers.
Impression, Sunrise (1873): The artistic movement Impressionism owes its name to this influential work by Claude Monet.
The Japanese Bridge (1918–24): At the beginning of the 20th century, landscape painting was the dominant genre of modern art.
Haystack in the Morning, Snow Effect (1891): In October 1890, Claude Monet wrote in a letter to his future biographer Gustave Geffroy.
Haystack at Sunset, Frosty Weather (1891): Today the name Claude Monet is virtually synonymous with the artistic movement known as Impressionism.