He also used different types of brushstrokes to capture his artistic vision on the canvas. His popularity soared in the second half of the 20th century, when his works traveled the world in museum exhibitions that attracted record-breaking crowds and marketed popular commercial items featuring imagery from his art.
Here, often working beside Renoir, Sisley, Caillebotte, or Manet, he painted the sparkling impressions of French river life that so delight us today.
It is called Impression: Sunrise. He was also important in establishing the exhibition society that would showcase the group's work between and He loved to draw as a child. He often depicted natural colour in the way a prism does - by breaking it down into its different components. As a teenager, he studied drawing with a local artist.
Around this time, he tried his hand at sculpture. He also founded the Impressionist movement, one of the major movements in art history and had a major influence on future artists. Monet will say later: "by the only example of this artist fond of his art and of his independence, my destiny as a painter had opened".
More out of a desire to be by himself after her death than from a wish to detach himself from the group as was claimed by Degas, who accused him of being a traitorhe organized his own exhibition at La Vie Moderne in JuneHowever, he took part in the seventh Impressionist show inwith 32 canvases, landscapes and still lifes, which were favourably received by the critics.