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Claude Monet sat at his easel in his garden at Giverny, painting impressionistic images of water lilies floating in the pond before him.
Now, most of the water lilies were just that, simple water lilies, but two of them were disguised Neptunians, observers on the planet earth, and since water was their natural element, water lilies they became. Monet got up then, muttering to himself in French and slowly walked back up to his house and went inside.
This allowed one of the disguised Neptunians, who was sick of telepathically looking at Monet’s vague, smeary impressionistic paintings, to telekinetically paint over Monet’s incomplete work, changing it into an abstracted, multi-angled, cube-style portrait (which was popular on Neptune at the time) of a Giverny gardener. Monet returned, looked at the incomprehensible work, swore profusely and threw the ruined canvas away, which eventually ended up in a junk store in Paris.
Young Pablo Picasso discovered it there, marveled at its unusual technique and odd style, bought it cheap and used it as the model to create his Cubism art movement.