• Claude Monet - Nymphéas II - Le Matin
  • Claude Monet - Nymphéas II - Le Matin
  • Claude Monet - Nymphéas II - Le Matin
  • Claude Monet - Nymphéas II - Le Matin
  • Claude Monet - Nymphéas II - Le Matin
  • Claude Monet - Nymphéas II - Le Matin

Claude Monet - Nymphéas II - Le Matin

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Limited Edition of 300

Offered by the painter Claude Monet to France the very day after the armistice of November 11, 1918 as a symbol of peace, the Water Lilies were installed according to his plans at the musée de L’Orangerie in 1927, a few months after his death.
Dotted with aquatic plants, including countless water lilies which give their name to this great painting cycle from the end of the painter’s life, this immense composition takes us to the heart of a continuum of distributed time and space, in the two rooms of the musée de L’Orangerie evoking the soft light of morning. With this extraordinary collecting, living with a Monet is now possible. Monet lovers can bring home a limited edition print of a fragment of their dream masterpiece and live a memorable art collector’s experience. Each edition is numbered and comes with a certificate of authenticity.


Provenance :
Claude Monet
The Water Lilies: Morning, 1914-1926
Dimensions:
30 x 30 cm
Technique:
LITO HI-RND© print on paper

Claude Monet, born on November 14, 1840, in Paris, France, was a renowned French impressionist painter. He is best known for his series of paintings capturing the changing effects of light and color, especially in his water lily and haystack series. Monet's work revolutionized the art world, emphasizing the fleeting moments of nature and atmosphere. He spent most of his life in Giverny, France, where he created many of his iconic masterpieces. Monet passed away on December 5, 1926, leaving behind a lasting legacy in the world of art.

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