Claude Monet’s Caricatures

Claude Monet’s caricatures are a lesser-known aspect of his extensive oeuvre. Dating back to the late 1800s, these playful drawings were created during the artist’s leisure time.

Despite their casual nature, these caricatures demonstrate Monet’s keen eye for detail, clean linework, and ability to capture the essence of his subjects, whether they be friends, family members, or public figures.

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