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In 1893, he begins the installation of his famous

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For Monet and his friends, Renoir, Bazille, Sisley... years between the "Salon des Refusés" and the War of 1870 were going to be placed under the sign of an anxious research of their artistic personality and of a fast alternation of successes and failures. If they were, except for Cézanne, selected at the Salon at their first attempt (in 1865 for Monet), they will afterwards experience frequent refusals.

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Located in the heart of Old Quebec, Le Château de Pierre is a small hotel recognized for its English Colonial style. The 15 rooms, is which smoking is prohibited, follow the rich and warm styling of the early 1900’s with splendid wood mouldings, elegant wallpapers and drapes. Certain rooms have a view on The Chateau Frontenac and St-Laurence river or on the private courtyard garden in the back.

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In 1874, in an increasingly hostile atmosphere on behalf of official circles, Monet and his friends formed a group and exposed in their own show room for the first time. One of his works, "Impression, sunrise" gave its name to the Impressionist movement.

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However his paintings found few purchasers. Desesperately poor, he would constantly seek for places where life was less expensive and lived in Argenteuil from 1873 to 1878, in Vétheuil from 1879 to 1881, in Poissy in 1882, and Giverny from 1883 until his death.

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As William Seitz wrote in 1960, "The landscapes Monet painted at Argenteuil between 1872 and 1877 are his best-known, most popular works, and it was during these years that Impressionism most closely approached a group style. Here, often working beside Renoir, Sisley, Caillebotte, or Manet, he painted the sparkling impressions of French river life that so delight us today."

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Light is always the "principal character" in Monet' landscapes, and because his purpose was always to seize a changing effect, he adopted the practice to paint the same subject under different conditions of light, at various hours of the day.

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He started to paint the series of the haystacks which he continued over two years. Monet painted them in sunny or gray weather, in the fog or glazes of snow: "Haystacks, effects of snows, morning" (1890), "Haystack, end of the summer, morning" (1891), "Haystack to laying down sun close to Giverny" (1891).

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The famous series of Monet devoted to the Cathedral of Rouen under various lights was carried out from the window of the 2nd floor of a shop opposite the cathedral. He made 18 frontal views.

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What was in the beginning only a Norman orchard with only grass and apple trees becomes, with the contribution of all the family, an historical garden . It is a work of patience, which Monet continues with love. Even when the task becomes too bigt so that he cannot assume it alone, he supervises his team of gardeners (1 garden chief and six assistants).