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Top 100 Best Palettes For Web & Graphic Designer.

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The quest to find the perfect colors and color combinations is a common thread that runs from those who have painted great masterpieces and Graphic Artists to Interior Designers and Landscapers.
As French impressionist Claude Monet said, “Colour is my day-long obsession, joy and torment.” Today we are here to help you find that perfect color palette. We based this collection on the most viewed palettes of all time on Colourlovers.com

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1148698 Lemon Sorbet Top 100 Tasty Palettes from Colourlovers694737 Thought Provoking Top 100 Tasty Palettes from Colourlovers

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559428 lucky bubble gum Top 100 Tasty Palettes from Colourlovers831643 Good Morning England Top 100 Tasty Palettes from Colourlovers

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862547 i hate florida Top 100 Tasty Palettes from Colourlovers860285 Rainy Day in the Cit Top 100 Tasty Palettes from Colourlovers

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607216 EDDIE A. Top 100 Tasty Palettes from Colourlovers866789 Streetlights Top 100 Tasty Palettes from Colourlovers

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605125 CLARA D. Top 100 Tasty Palettes from Colourlovers612479 KALI M. Top 100 Tasty Palettes from Colourlovers

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611184 ALISHA T. Top 100 Tasty Palettes from Colourlovers603587 EMMIGA N. Top 100 Tasty Palettes from Colourlovers

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621739 MODERN VINTAGE . Top 100 Tasty Palettes from Colourlovers799588 no no no.dont make Top 100 Tasty Palettes from Colourlovers

90734 Newly Risen Moon Top 100 Tasty Palettes from Colourlovers76185 CMYK Top 100 Tasty Palettes from Colourlovers

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627965 Wishing you... Top 100 Tasty Palettes from Colourlovers627017 FLORA JANE L. Top 100 Tasty Palettes from Colourlovers

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40 Comments to “Top 100 Best Palettes For Web & Graphic Designer.”

  • kewlflame14 August 7, 2013 at 8:45 am

    Like if i use for example some painting by Claude Monet in my website?
    Thank you in advance.
    yes, i want this for my portofolio
    well, if the artist is dead long ago, there will be a problem geting the permission!

  • Joe T August 26, 2013 at 6:18 pm

    I am writing a research paper about Claude Monet, I’m not the best paper writer and don’t have any clue how to start it at all.

  • gail C August 26, 2013 at 8:33 pm

    I’m curious for other opinions on Claude monet. What information can you tell me about how he had impact on impressionism as a movement back in those days, did he impress the public? Did he shock the public or was he a artist who did his work purely for his own reactions.. I know most artists like to see the public responses but what is your take on Monets career path?

    Any information on this would be great as I’m hoping to learn a lot more from what people know instead of doing the obvious research.

  • stingerms August 27, 2013 at 1:25 am

    Other than Claude Monet and Henri Matisse, is there anyone else that because physically impaired but still continued to create mind-blowing art pieces?

    The more the merrier!

    Thanks!

  • Harry August 28, 2013 at 5:13 am

    I have already used Richard Long and Claude Monet who both show changes in time- can anyone please think of another artist and possibly give their website. They don’t necessarily need to be well known, just good paintings/drawings. Thankyou

  • baldy eire September 5, 2013 at 5:59 am

    I am writing a report on Claude Monet. I need more info on his mother. All i know is that she was a singer. and the date of her death. What kind of singer was she? any info would be awesome. Thanks,.

  • XplicitzZ September 5, 2013 at 5:47 pm

    Okay so I’m trying to do claude monet and I draw one of his art works when i was in fifth grade o-o i am now in high school and I got all the things but it is hard : There are A lot of artist that use pastels but i’m not sure which one is the best. I was wondering if anyone knew if he used oil pastels or not? Please tell me what you think.

  • Disrae September 6, 2013 at 12:37 pm

    in my bedroom i have a red carpet and im wondering what colour to paint the walls.
    the only colours i can think of are white or cream but i was fancying a colour more warm and cosy.

  • Milk84 September 6, 2013 at 11:25 pm

    When paintings such as La Grenouillière by the Impressionist painter Claude Monet were first exhibited in the late-nineteenth century in Paris, they were regarded by many spectators as unfinished, crude, and ugly. Those spectators failed to understand that
    A. aesthetic standards change with time and place.
    B. standards of beauty are both modern and universal.
    C. visual art should be beautiful, or at least realistic, and preferably both.
    D. aesthetic interest is directly related to the artist’s technical skills.

  • Hotshot t September 7, 2013 at 5:12 pm

    I was looking at Claude Monet paintings on this online gallery: http://www.artisoo.com/shop-by-artist-claude-oscar-monet-c-66_156_167.html and I was wondering what is the size of the original works of Water Lilies?

  • Ev dog September 9, 2013 at 12:00 am

    I need to find out more information about a painting done by claude monet called “vase of poppies” i am trying to find out more about when, where, and why it was painted. its for a paper for school. i have search around the internet but i only get the pricing, where its located now, and what year it was located.

  • simply complicated September 9, 2013 at 6:21 am

    Hello, I am giving an oral speech about Claude Monet life.

    I was wondering if anyone knew what exactly was the cause of Claude Monet’s death and if he had any health problems/ disability’s.

    Please help I need to give this speech on Monday and I couldn’t find much information on the cause of his death.
    Links would be appreciated! Thanks!

  • mendhak September 10, 2013 at 6:39 am

    Impressionism Sunrise: http://www.allartpainting.com/impression-sunrise-p-10461.html I need to write an assey on Claude Monet and would like analize Monet’s painting Impressionism Sunrise. Can any one help?

  • kamikami September 10, 2013 at 10:09 am

    I bought a claude monet painting from a garage sale years ago for $2. To know if it’s worth money I first ned to know if it’s a reprodution or the real deal. it’s the Claude Monet water lilies 1908 painting.

  • tefa_96 September 11, 2013 at 12:55 am

    .Figure 7-12, Claude Monet, Waterlilies, Morning: Willows (right side), 1916-1926

    .Figure 6-43, Vincent van Gogh, The Night Cafe, 1888 


    .Figure 6-38, Sonia Delaunay, Prismes Electriques, 1914


    .Figure 6-8, Mary Cassatt, The Coiffure, c. 1891



  • mitesh September 11, 2013 at 2:59 am

    I need help for this project,
    plz answer these questions,
    How Did Claude Oscar Monet express style?, what was his motivation, what themes are in his paintings?

  • rndmaktn September 11, 2013 at 3:18 am

    I have no clue where this came from, as it was a gift. It is very nice, not sure of the date. It is new, never used, but I’m not sure of the date it was produced. It is Claude Monet – Flowers of the Impressionists. Does anyone have any source where I could get some information on this?

  • XplicitzZ September 11, 2013 at 4:03 pm

    I have claude monet already, some others please?
    oh ok well im making a collage of garden artwork for school (year10) and well known artists would be preferred

  • heavenly sword September 12, 2013 at 4:47 am

    5. The early impressionists include Edouard Manet, Claude Monet, and Mary Cassatt, and also among them are Edgar Degas and Camille Pissarro.

    6. Mrs. Whipple is neglectful, such as putting her son in danger and taking away his blanket.

    7. After John McCain’s selection of Alaska governor Sarah Palin as his running mate, he expected to gain more votes from women.

    8. Theo searching for and finding the cattails, the salvation of the town.

    9. Newlywed couples need to learn to communicate effectively and budget in a wise manner.

    10. By evaluating the rhyme scheme, the poem is a Petrarchan sonnet.

    11.Margret elopes with William because she truly loves him.

    12.Edward’s mother hopes to control the property she feels she has earned it.

    13.Just as impressionism in art challenged accepted conventions of color and line, in music the challenge from impressionism was to accepted conventions of form and harmony.

    14.When only fourteen, the Ned Pepper gang captured Mattie and threatened to kill her.

    15. The historic race between Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton for the Democratic nomination in 2008 was not resolved until late spring. This was a worrisome development for campaign strategists.

    16. In view of the fact that Paul is only a very young boy, he should have been protected, and his uncle should have protected him.

    17. Critics at first condemned both impressionist artists and impressionist music.

    18.Sarah Palin proved to be an enthusiastic campaigner and an effective speaker that attracted large amounts of media attention.

    19. Hester spends money on the house, the whispers in the house increase.

    20. The King and court are corrupt, the King sends Spence to sea in a deadly storm, and Spence goes, which shows Spence is an honorable man.

    21.As a result of urging by Randal’s mother, legacies are left by Randal for his siblings.

    22.William was honorable, sweet and cared about everyone around him.

    23.France divided Vietnam into three administrative regions. This was before World War II.

    24. Women impressionist painters included Mary Cassatt from the United States and Berthe Morisot, who was French.

    25. Mattie tore a limb off the skeleton and braced it in the hole, which saved her life.
    Find and identify what is wrong and then re write the sentence in the grammitically correct way.
    Find and identify what is wrong and then re write the sentence in the grammitically correct way.

  • llb443 September 12, 2013 at 12:57 pm

    Who does me a big favor to tell me the correct pronunciation of these French Names: Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro, Pierre Auguste Renoir, and Edgar Degas? English phonetic symbols preferred. Many Thanks.
    ps. Please sign the stressed syllables if French names have stress.

  • Andre September 12, 2013 at 6:50 pm

    Which was the only passenger aircraft that flies at supersonic speed? Where did the painter Claude Monet live? Which is the First Gothic Church built in France?

  • Big Banger September 13, 2013 at 6:44 am

    I have a history project on Claude Monet. Is there any ideas of how i can make a good.. interesting project? How could i decorate my poster for example? Any creative ideas?

  • pratik September 13, 2013 at 8:15 am

    I don’t nessarialy want analysis on the painting, I just don’t want to get stuck selecting one that doesn’t have anything good to talk about. The artist choises are Claude Monet, Edgar Degas, Mary Cassatt, Auguste Renoir, Georges Seurat, Paul Gauguin, Paul Cézanne, and Henri Matisse.

  • Lucas H September 13, 2013 at 4:23 pm

    What is the reason behind claude monet’s choice to paint in the impressionist style?

  • therundown2k3 September 13, 2013 at 9:39 pm

    Some artworks now sell for tens of millions of dollars or more money. Are they worth it? Why or why not? (Look at any Botticelli panel, Michelangelo sculpture, or Claude Monet oil painting in the text, for instance.) Why do you think that an artist’s name often determines the value of an artwork?

  • Hotshot t September 14, 2013 at 3:01 pm

    what can you notice in the impressionism paintings Claude Monet, Edgar Degas, Mary Cassatt eg.

  • Milk84 September 15, 2013 at 1:31 pm

    Who does me a big favor to tell me the correct pronunciation of these French Names: Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro, Pierre Auguste Renoir, and Edgar Degas? English phonetic symbols preferred. Many Thanks.
    Who does me a big favor to tell me the correct pronunciation of these French Names: Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro, Pierre Auguste Renoir, and Edgar Degas? English phonetic symbols preferred. Many Thanks.

    Thank you guys. But now I am more confused. French doesn’t have a distinction of syllabic stresss?

  • nyyankees1123 September 15, 2013 at 1:31 pm

    I have three. All by Claude Monet.

  • Ev dog September 15, 2013 at 10:54 pm

    Claude Monet 1840-1926

  • Milk84 September 16, 2013 at 2:11 am

    I’m doing a project on Claude Monet’s painting Giverny in Springtime and I cannot find any information on it!

  • llb443 September 16, 2013 at 1:03 pm

    i have to write a term paper on claude monet’s water lilies. i have to write five pages about the stupid paintings and i need something that interesting to draw out the paper. what should i research what should i even talk about? i need help!

  • mal_functiongeo September 19, 2013 at 6:45 am

    I have an assignment and a question to evaluate how claude monet successfully used 2dimensions in creating their artworks.
    Please help me i don’t know what to write.

  • Keegan September 19, 2013 at 10:41 am

    I am going to Paris in October. What are some nice things that I can do there? Besides ferrying over to the Statue of Liberty, or eating at the Eiffel Tower, or even seeing paintings of Claude Monet or the Mona Lisa. <—Those are already a given. I want to go beyond the obvious. I want to see what France is REALLy like. Any ideas?

  • have faith September 21, 2013 at 3:03 am

    What kind of importance does Argenteuil by Claude Monet have to the world? Why do millions of people offer thousands of dollars for it? Why is this piece of art so important? What is it’s value?

  • Scott W September 21, 2013 at 10:40 pm

    Here is the part I am writing for the monologue:

    NEW YORK, USA
    They did not go to Cannes for Christmas. Uncle Eddie claimed he was too old to travel–too set in his ways to be persuaded to change. So Kat and her father joined the throng that descended upon the old brownstone.
    Inside it was stuffy, as it always was in winter, with a fire blazing in every room and Uncle Eddie’s old stove burning in the kitchen. So when Kat stepped out onto the stoop, she didn’t mind the chill.
    “I thought I might find you here, Katarina.”
    For a brief second she panicked, then realized the voice wasn’t Taccone’s. It was too gentle. Too kind. Too happy.
    “Happy holidays, Mr. Stein.”
    “Happy holidays, Katarina,” he said, tipping his hat.
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    She gestured toward the door. “Would you like to come inside?”
    He quickly waved her away. “Oh no, Katarina. I have found the person I was searching for.” He took a step back. “Would you mind accompanying an old man for a short stroll?”
    It was an easy question to answer–one of the few she’d heard in a very long time.
    “You’ve made an enemy, my dear.”
    Kat turned up her collar against the icy wind. “I could have given them back and stolen them later, but–”
    “Your father’s unfortunate incarceration?” he guessed.
    Kat shrugged. “My way seemed more efficient at the time.”
    The first time she had met Abiram Stein, she had seen him cry. There was something beautiful, Kat thought, about watching him laugh.
    “I read a nice article about you,” she told him.
    “The Times?”
    “No, the London Telegraph.”
    He sighed. “There have been so many. Evidently I am something of an–what is the phrase–overnight sensation?”
    She laughed. “Don’t let it go to your head.”
    They strolled together on the quiet street, with only the few stray snowflakes that fell as company. “I feel as if I should thank you, Katarina. But that”–he stopped and placed his hands in his pockets–“that is far too small a thing to do.”
    “Are they . . .” Kat hesitated, her voice breaking, “home?”
    “Some,” he assured her. “There are a few families– survivors–that my colleagues and I have located. You have read their stories, yes?” Kat nodded. “But for the others,
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    Katarina, I’m afraid their homes”–he struggled for words– are gone.
    The snow picked up, falling more heavily as he continued, “But the paintings live. People know their stories now. A new generation will hear their tales. And they will hang in the great museums of the world and not in a prison.” He stepped closer. His hands gripped her arms as he kissed her once on each cheek then whispered, “You have set them free.”
    She looked down at the wet sidewalk.
    “One was missing.” She hadn’t said a word about the fifth painting–the empty frame–but somehow she knew Abiram Stein would understand. “There were only four. I tried, but–”
    “Yes, Katarina,” he said, nodding. “I know this painting.” “I’ll find it. I’ll get it back, too.”
    There was a growing sense of urgency coursing through her, but Mr. Stein was calm as he spoke. “Did your mother ever mention why she came to me, Katarina? Did you know that your great-great-grandmother was a very fine painter in her own right?”
    Kat nodded. She did know. Who else could have forged the Mona Lisa that hung in the Louvre?
    “And did you know that one of her great friends was a young artist named Claude Monet?”
    There were many rumors among a family of thieves, and this particular tale was one that Kat had never believed . . . until now.
    “He painted her once, your great-great-grandmother. And he gave her the canvas as a gift. It was her pride and joy–her most prized possession. Until 1936, when a young Nazi officer took it from her wall.”
    “But–” Kat started.

  • Sriram R September 25, 2013 at 12:41 am

    Suppose I wanted an _original_ Monet painting to hang in my house. Not a not a copy painting, an original by Claude Monet himself. How much would this cost? Yes, there’s a range — what would it be? And yes, I expect it’s expensive.

  • Beavis October 10, 2013 at 7:51 am

    I have a Claude Monet lithograph of “Parc Monceau, 1876”. It is 2 feet, 1 1/2 inches in height and 2 feet, 9 inches in width. It has a nice frame andit’s in excellent condition. I paid 24.00 for it. Can I resell it for more? How much does it cost in an art store?

  • Lasagna delivery guy October 11, 2013 at 11:25 pm

    I’m looking to buy reproductions (printed, not re-painted) of paintings of some or all of the following painters:

    – Group of Seven
    – Claude Monet
    – Vincent Van Gogh
    – other similar painters

    Are there any good sites for this?

  • ConfusionnaJob October 21, 2013 at 11:16 pm

    I need to know atleast 4 of the Claude Monet’s titles of his watercolour artworks would be even better if there were 6 and i also need to access them on th einternet so if the were the more popular ones which i could just search on google that would be great! thanks in advance 🙂

  • alberto s November 26, 2013 at 4:18 pm

    I’m curious for other opinions on Claude monet. What information can you tell me about how he had impact on impressionism as a movement back in those days, did he impress the public? Did he shock the public or was he a artist who did his work purely for his own reactions.. I know most artists like to see the public responses but what is your take on Monets career path?

    Any information on this would be great as I’m hoping to learn a lot more from what people know instead of doing the obvious research.