Water lilies (1903) - Claude Monet
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- Date of Creation: 1903
- Art Movement: Impressionism
The Impressionist paintings of water lilies (nymphéas) created by Claude Monet during the last thirty years of his life, are often considered by art critics to represent his finest work. They demonstrate his extraordinary skill at plein-air painting, his feeling for colour and appreciation of light.
About the Artist:
Monet (1840 - 1926) was well known for his use of color and eye for detail. He has developed a number of long works that include many paintings in a series. He was mostly a painter who painted nature and landscape. He started to paint at a very early age and had always kept his focus on painting nature. As a result, he was soon able to develop his own style, which he perfected over the years, till his death in 1926.
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- 35mm x 22mm stainless steel sheet with 14k gold/silver plated frame