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However, income aside, it would be misleading to forget how non-conformist Monet was for his times: he fathered his first child out of wedlock, avoided wartime military responsibilities, setup a household (after the death of his first wife) with a married woman and disavowed religion to say nothing of his revolutionary approach to painting which left the 20th century a lasting legacy." (1) Monet was born on November 14, 1840 on the fifth floor of 45 rue Laffitte, in the ninth of Paris.He was the second son of Claude-Adolphe and Louise-Justine Aubrée Monet, both, second-generation Parisians.This sketchbook consisted of 55 pages, each approximately 20 by 30 centimeters. His mother is known to have carried a pocket-sized book for drawing, and at this stage it is likely that the young artists did the same.Unfortunately none of these smaller sketchbooks from his teenage years have survived.Perhaps the musical inclinations of his mother had had played a part of the aesthetic background of Monet's childhood. In these early years he executed pencil sketches of sailing ships, which were almost technical in their clear descriptiveness.A document detailing this activity emerged recently with the discovery of a book-length journal that had belonged to Théophile Beguin Billecocq, a friend of the Monet family who was himself an amateur draftsman.The college also housed a school of commerce and municipal drawing school.

"He knew how to capture the essential characteristics of a scene." On 1 April, 1851 Monet entered the Le Havre "college communal" which provided him with a "classical" foundation: Latin and Greek.Billecocq encouraged the young Monet taking him on holiday outings observing him and encouraging him by giving him money and buying pictures from him.Billecocq describes going on picnics where the Monet handed everyone sketchbooks for drawing competitions that he would always win.top Monet first became known locally in Le Havre for his charcoal caricatures which he would sell for a tidy sum making the best of his vogue.He exhibited his caricatures at "I started selling my portraits.

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