Seine at Lavacourt | Claude Monet



Seine at Lavacourt by Claude Monet (Nov 14, 1840 – Dec 5, 1926)

Claude Monet was born in Paris, France to a father who worked as a grocer and a mother who was a singer. During his childhood his family moved from the busy city to the countryside of Normandy. From an early age he knew he wanted to paint.

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