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Question: ______ Monet
Answer: Claude Monet’s last series of paintings was inspired by the water-lily pond he created at his home in Giverny.
Question: ______ Renoir
Answer: Pierre-Auguste Renoir began working in a porcelain factory at age 13.
Question: ______ Degas
Answer: Edgar Degas differed from many Impressionist painters by focusing on scenes of Parisian life.
Question: ______ Morisot
Answer: Berthe Morisot’s paintings outsold those of Claude Monet and Pierre-Auguste Renoir during her lifetime.
Question: ______ Cézanne
Answer: Paul Cézanne’s paintings drew the most public criticism at several of the Impressionists’ early group exhibitions.
Question: ______ Cassat
Answer: Mary Cassat was invited by Edgar Degas to exhibit with the Impressionists in 1879.
Question: ______ Manet
Answer: édouard Manet painted with Claude Monet along the Seine in the 1870s.
Question: ______ Pissarro
Answer: Camille Pissarro was the only artist to exhibit work in all eight Impressionist group shows.
Pierre-Auguste Renoir, 'Portrait of the Actress Jeanne Samary', 1878. Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow, Russia. Jeanne Samary was an actress at the Comedie Francaise. Bust portrait.

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