"The Railway Bridge at Argenteuil" Analytical Essay by Top Papers

"The Railway Bridge at Argenteuil"
A critique of the industrial era landscape innovations of Claude Monet in "The Railway Bridge at Argenteuil" (1874).
# 136205 | 1,500 words | 0 sources | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in Art (Painting)

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The paper relates that "The Railway Bridge at Argenteuil" by Claude Monet is a groundbreaking and innovative work that use the impressionistic landscape style to alter colorization and light in the late 19th century industrial era. The paper asserts that clearly, Monet is the "father" of impressionism and brings forth a style that breaks with the classical realism of many painters of this era, bringing forth new ways to perceive light and color in short brush strokes in modern industrial landscapes.

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