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Regarded by many as the greatest of the Impressionists, Claude Monet (1840-1926) was encouraged early in his career to paint outdoors, accurately rendering atmospheric effects and producing superb works that brilliantly record the transient effects of light. Late in life, beset by increasing blindness, he painted large, vibrantly colored subjects that eventually came to represent the most sophisticated stage of Impressionism.
Among the 16 beautiful sticker reproductions of his major works included here are Water Lilies (the Clouds; The Stroll -- Camille Monet and her Son Jean; Camille Monet in the Garden of Argenteuil; The Road Bridge at Argenteuil; Water-Lily Pond; Young Women in a Boat; and Regatta at Argenteuil.
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