The Japanese Bridge and Water Lily Pond at Giverny
Monet was always fascinated with water, an ideal Impressionist subject for imitating the shimmering, constantly moving colors and reflections of light. He created his first series with an emphasis on water in the 1880s. The artist liked the subject of water because it was in constant motion, and he delighted in painting its reflections.
Artform: PAINTING AND DRAWING, Pre-20th Century
Artist: Monet, Claude
Artist Dates: 1840-1926
Period: 19th century
Size: 88.2 x 92.7 cm
Subject: landscapes - gardens
Museum: Philadelphia Museum of Art
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