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Artist’s Garden at Giverny-Claude Monet Framed art print - $165 (Hendersonville, NC)

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condition: like new
make / manufacturer: Claude Monet
model name / number: 1900
size / dimensions: 24” tall X 34” wide

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This is a professionally framed print, ready for hanging! The print was purchased by the seller.
Artist: Claude Monet
Title: The Artist’s Garden at Giverny.”
In French: “Le Jardin de l'artiste à Giverny.”
Art Style: Impressionism. The primary characteristic of Monet's work is his commitment to Impressionism and its basic characteristics, such as a focus on texture, light and brushstroke. Monet's focus changed from the subject -- such as a boat, landscape or person -- to the way that paint works on a canvas.
Date of original painting: 1900
Location: Giverny, France.
About Giverny: It is a village in the region of Normandy in northern France. Impressionist painter Claude Monet lived and worked here from 1883 until his death in 1926. The artist’s former home and elaborate gardens, where he produced his famed water lily series, are now the Fondation Claude Monet museum.

Frame size: 24” tall X 34” wide
Frame color & material: gold aluminum.
Mounting: Print backing is cardboard.
Condition: Like new. Very nice!

About the art and artist:
Description- Le Jardin de l'artiste à Giverny is the original oil on canvas painting by Claude Monet done in 1900 now in the Musée d'Orsay, Paris, France. It is one of many works by the artist of his garden at Giverny over the last thirty years of his life. Wikipedia
Artist: Claude Monet
Location: Musée d'Orsay, Paris
Year: 1900
Medium: Oil on canvas
Dimensions: .816 m ×.926 m (32.1 in × 36.5 in)

Supporting information:
Throughout his life Monet had been an avid and knowledgeable gardener. It was at Giverny, however, his last home and the place he lived at for the longest, that his vision for a garden became a reality. He was meticulous in his approach to planning the garden, which expanded over the gears to incorporate his now famous pond. Monet undertook extensive research for his garden and planned and planted his flowerbeds with the colour of his blooms and the time of their flowering foremost in his mind to produce a coherent aesthetic throughout.

His garden was a constant source of inspiration to him, particularly in later life, and included one especially important flowerbed planted in memory of his beloved aunt. The flowerbed was below the artist's bedroom window and was an exact copy of one that his aunt had had, and he had painted, at her home in Sainte-Adresse.
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