Water Lilies by Claude Monet 1915-1925 – Part 3
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Poster with a painting of water lilies from Claude Monet’s garden at Giverny, France.
Claude Monet often used his Japanese inspired garden at Giverny as inspiration for his paintings. The garden was designed with ponds and a bridge, inspired from a Japanese woodblock print in his collection.
This poster is part of a painting from a large triptych that was originally intended to be on show in a pavilion at Musee Rodin in Paris. Following World War 1, it was impossible to raise the money to build the pavilion, and the project was never realized.
Claude Monet’s son Michel inherited the paintings when his father passed away in 1926. He sold the three paintings to an art dealer, and they were then sold off individually to three American museums.
This poster is part THREE in a series of three; a section of one of the great paintings.
- Artist: Claude Monet
- Original Medium: Oil on canvas
- Style: Impressionism
- Year: 1915-1925