Claude Monet and van Gogh

1891. National Galleries of Scotland. The trees are poplars over River Epte. He used a patchy blue sky, with brightly colored brush strokes. His studio was his boat. It was easier for him to capture the glimmering waters.
1880. Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
1891. The National Museum of Western Art. Monet was fascinated by the position of the trees over the water. The main view are the three large poplars, the sky, giving the painting a brighter feeling, white clouds,and the green and rose colored trees.
1880. The National Museum of Western Art. He painted this painting in La-Rouche-Guyon. just a bit down the river from Vetheuil. You can tell that the brush strokes are more freely laid on the canvas.
June 1888. Van Gogh Museum. In here, you can see the fast, loose brush strokes in this seascape. The ocean has the affect that makes the sea seem to change colors. Also, grains of sand were used in this painting.
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