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Claude Monet’s Water Lilies

Introducing one of our new Sip and Paint Event paintings... Water Lilies by Claude Monet!

Oscar-Claude Monet was a French painter and founder of impressionist painting. He was born on the 14th of November 1840 and passed away on the 5th of December 1926. Throughout his career, he was highly influenced by Vincent Van Gogh, Edgar Gegas, Wassily Kandinsky, and many more.

His most notable works are:

· Water Lily Series

· Impression, Sunrise

· Poppies

· The Water Lily Pond

Water Lilies by Monet is a series of artworks. During the last 30 years of his career and lifetime, Claude Monet came back to this subject several times and created for than 250 paintings in this series of water lilies! This is one of the most iconic and memorable works of art in impressionism.

You can visit the series of famous water lily paintings at the Musee de l’Orangerie in Paris.

Here are some fun facts about Claude Monet:

1. Impressionism was named after one of Monet’s paintings

2. Monet planted water lilies as well as painted them

3. He has had a huge impact on modern art

4. Monet was inspired by Japanese art styles

Are you looking for a unique gifting experience? You have come to the right place!

When you book your tickets and arrive at the class on your chosen date, you will be welcomed with the all materials you will need and the option to purchase food and drinks before starting- you will also be able to buy any food or drinks during the class. In one of our earlier blogs, we discussed what our Sip and Paint events can do for you.

This is a great opportunity to relax and unwind with friends and family. You can paint away while sipping on some bubbly and take home your very own masterpiece! You will be guided by professional artists, and they will help you during your painting session.

The best thing about our events is that no experience is necessary! You can find us at the Benito Lounge in Chorlton, Manchester. For more about our sip and paint events, visit our website!

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