Claude Monet's (1840-1926), the tendency to art appeared in the caricatures of school years. He was drawing a caricature for his teachers in high school at Le Havre. When he was fifteen, he became known in a short time with his teachers and the cartoons about the people of Le Havre.
Outside the school, he continued his success and earned his first money from its cartoons. In seventeen, he formed a willing and regular group of clients. Even, Monet had the opportunity to exhibit his work in a shop of art materials stores. He drew caricatures of celebrity figures from politics and cultural life recognized by newspapers and magazines. His close friends were also ordering Monet to draw caricatures.
Thanks to his caricatures, he was comfortable living. He had saved two thousand francs for painting. He enrolled in a small private art school in Paris.