Of his famous contemporaries only claude monet is still alive.
To conclude, the very name "Impressionism" is due to claude monet.
Impressionism has served its purpose; it was too personal in the case of claude monet to be successfully practised by every one.
Since the Hay-ricks one can say that the work of claude monet is glorious.
One hopes sometimes to hear a word of intimate association from Monet—but in vain; claude monet is only an eye.
Here one can feel his relationship with Manet and with claude monet.
One of the pictures which caused most derision was a sunset by claude monet, entitled Impressions.
Some of his landscapes are as beautiful as those of claude monet.
I have already summed up the ideas which follow from claude monet's painting more clearly even than from Manet's.
Not only did he ask: But who is going to paint men as claude monet painted landscape?