Art and Art History Collection (Saskia)

Blue Water Lilies

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Saskia, Ltd., Cultural Documentation

Abstract

By his fellow painters Monet was regarded as a leader, not because he was the most intellectual or theoretically minded or because he was able to answer questions that they could not answer, but because in his art he seemed to be more alert to the possibilities latent in their common ideas, which he then developed in his work in a more radical way than did the others. Considering how all these painters developed their intensely personal manners with respect to the new artistic ideas, we may observe that the new elements appeared most often for the first time in the work of Monet and then were taken over by the other Impressionists, who incorporated them as suggestions or as definite means and applied them in their own ways.

Keywords

Paris, France, Paris, France, Style: French Impressionistic, School: Impressionist, Movement: Impressionism, oil paintings --

Subject: topical

Style: French Impressionistic; School: Impressionist; Movement: Impressionism; oil paintings --

Subject: geographic

Paris, France; Paris, France

Time Period

Ca. 1916-1919

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picture

Holding Location

University of South Florida USF

Collection

Art and Art History (Saskia)

Identifier

A01-PFF0560

Blue Water Lilies

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