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  Monet is recognized to be one of the founders of Impressionism Movement from the early 1860s. Revolutionizing landscape painting, Monet painted complete scenes outdoors, expressively conveying his feelings with free-form brushstrokes and limitless hues. Impressionists found that they could capture the momentary and transient effects of sunlight by working quickly, in front of their subjects, in the open air (en plein air) rather than in a studio. This resulted in a greater awareness of light and colour and the shifting pattern of the natural scene. Brushwork became rapid and broken into separate dabs in order to render the fleeting quality of light. Gallery mounted fine art prints, set within a natural wood frame.  
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