Monet, Claude

Claude Monet, French painter, 1840-1926

Claude Monet was a founder of French Impressionist painting, and the most consistent and prolific practitioner of the movement's philosophy of expressing one's perceptions before nature, especially as applied to plein-air landscape painting. The term "Impressionism" is derived from the title of his painting Impression, soleil levant (Impression, Sunrise), which was exhibited in 1874 in the first of the independent exhibitions mounted by Monet and his associates as an alternative to the Salon de Paris. Nowadays, Monet’s paintings rank among the top 20 for highest prices paid.

  • Monet, Claude, French painter (1840-1926). 3 autograph letters signed.Giverny and London, 1899-1901.

     14,500.00
  • Monet, Claude, French painter (1840-1926). Autograph letter signed.Giverny, 9 Apr 1922.

     6,500.00
  • Monet, Claude, French painter (1840-1926). Autograph letter signed.Giverny par Vernon, Eure, 28 Oct 1924.

     8,500.00
  • Monet, Claude, French painter (1840-1926). Lithographed visiting card with autograph address.N. p. o. d.

     2,500.00
  • Monet, Claude, French painter (1840-1926). Autograph letter signed ("Claude Monet").Giverny, 20 Feb 1890.

     6,500.00
  • Monet, Claude, French painter (1840-1926). 2 autograph letters signed.Giverny, 16 and 20 Feb. 1890.

     14,500.00
  • Monet, Claude, French painter (1840-1926). 2 autograph letters signed.Giverny, postmark: 5 and 19 June 1888.

     18,000.00
  • Monet, Claude, French painter (1840-1926). Autograph letter signed.Giverny near Vernon, 21 Aug 1920.

     6,500.00
  • Monet, Claude, French painter (1840-1926). Autograph letter signed.No place, 21 June 1876.

     5,500.00
  • Monet, Claude, French painter (1840-1926). Autograph Letter Signed.Giverny par Vernon-Eure, 21 Oct 1920.

     14,000.00