Water Lilies stole
For nearly thirty years, Monet was interested in depicting one plant species, the water lily.
The first pictures painted from 1897 are small with an almost square format. Over two hundred and fifty canvasses were painted on this theme of nature in its primordial forms : water, light, vegetation, splashes of flowers.
Size: 32 x 160 cm, 12,60" x 62.99"
Packaging: Red presentation paper box
Material of the original: Oil on canvas
Museum: Paris - Musée de l'Orangerie
Themes: Flowers, Gardens, Made in France
Art movement: Impressionism
Artist: Claude Monet (1840-1926)