Waterlilies at Giverny, Claude Monet
Claude Monet’s waterlilies are known across all corners of the earth. Monet (1840-1926) spent the majority of his career painting outdoors at Giverny. he was known for painting at a certain time of day for a short period, setting his painting aside and returning the next day at the same time. The goal was consistent lighting across his subject at all times. This particular piece is quite large coming in at approximately 4ft by 4ft. It has an overhead light which better illuminates the subject.
49 in tall x 47 in wide