Claude Monet

"Impression, Soleil Levant" (1872). "Landscape is nothing but an impression" (Monet did not show it until 1879, though)

"Sunrise (Marine)" (1873). This is the painting showed at the 1874 exhibition that started the Impressionism craze and the one criticized by the famous critic Louis Leroy in the April 1874 issue of "Le Charivari"

"Autumn on the Seine at Argenteuil" (1873)

"Haystacks" (1891)

"Cathedrale de Rouen" (1894)

"Bridge Over a Pond of Water Lilies" (1899)

"The Artist's Garden at Giverny" (1900)

"Waterloo Bridge Gray Day" (1903)

"Water Lilies - The Clouds" (1903)

"The Houses of Parliament Sunset" (1903)

Orangerie (1920)

"Orangerie: Waterlilies, Green Reflection, Left Part" (1916-1923)

"Nimphee" (1926)
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