In the Second Floor Classics room at the Memorial Art Gallery in Rochester, NY they had many famous artist’s works from all over the world including Claude Monet. Claude Monet was a French Impressionist artist that lived from 1840-1926. He studied the different light effects on smoke, fog and smoke on structures. Here he is over in London, England painting the Waterloo Bridge in about 1903. Here in this view, he studied the foggy and obscured bridge in different light. He made many many different views of this at different times of day and different levels of fog.
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