Attributes: Signed, with gallery stamp on lower right and verso. After Claude Monet - Media: Watercolor - Condition: Fair condition, Provenance: Private collection, South America - Dimensions (cm): 22 by 15 - Dimensions (inches): 8 1/2 by 6 - Biography: Claude Monet is one of the most well known painters in the history of art and a top figure in the impressionist movement, his works can be seen in various museums across the world. Claude Monet grew up in Le Havre, a port town in the Normany Region and was known to be a respectful student, however, he did not enjoy being confined to the boundaries of a classroom. Monet would rather enjoy his time in the outdoors. When he was young he established a passion for drawing. Monet had schoolbooks covered in sketches of other people he drew and caricatures of his teachers. His mother supported his passion for art, although his father would have preferred him to go into business. Monet went through a severe grieving period after the death of his mother in 1857.