By Monet, Claude; Kalitina, N. N.; Brodskai︠a︡, N. V.

For Monet, the act of construction used to be continuously a painful fight. His obsession with taking pictures mild results in nature used to be even more severe than that of his contemporaries. In his phrases: "Skills come and pass ... paintings is often a similar: a transposition of nature that requests as a lot will as sensitivity. I attempt and fight opposed to the sunlight ... should still in addition paint with gold and necessary stones."

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Although we encounter the use of small, individual patches of colour to convey the vibrancy of light, these tend to be exceptions to the general pattern. And yet while in some ways following a well-trodden path, Monet already displayed originality. By no means all young artists find their distinctive creative personality at an early stage. Some can spend years finding themselves as tradition holds them in thrall, inducing a continual sense of dissatisfaction, and Monet did not completely escape such feelings.

After graduating from the École des Beaux-Arts, Gleyre spent six years in Italy. qxp 5/28/2010 11:36 AM Page 41 Hippolyte Delaroche. Taking themes from the Bible and antique mythology, Gleyre painted large-scale canvases composed with the clarity and clean lines commonly associated with classical art. The formal qualities of his female nudes can only be compared to the work of the great Dominique Ingres. In Gleyre’s independent studio, pupils received traditional training in neoclassical painting, but were free from the official requirements of the École des Beaux-Arts.

Dr. Rau Collection, Dayton Art Institute, Dayton, Ohio. qxp 5/27/2010 3:24 PM Page 40 School, who had pointed French landscape painting towards its own native countryside; Millet and Courbet, who had turned to depicting the work and way of life of simple people; and, finally, Boudin and Jongkind, who had brought to landscape a freshness and immediacy lacking in works by the older generation of Barbizon painters. Monet was to paint alongside several of these masters — Boudin, Jongkind, Courbet (and Whistler, too) — and by watching them at work would receive much practical instruction.

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