Da Vinci and Claude Monet
This was made out of Black chalk or Charcoal. There is some traces of red chalk on the paper. This was drawn from a live model.
This was made with black chalk on paper. This was him studying the movement of a horses leg on which he used in some of his paintings
in 1860 he was stationed as a military conscript in Algeria. In 1862 he returned to Paris. He moved back to London in 1870 to escape the german war. it was here in 1874 that he painted this painting.
monet put on a complex veil of different strokes of paint over the sea bed and it would look like he worked to completion in a number of sessions
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Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest
Museo Thyssen - Bornemisza
National Gallery of Victoria
Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen
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