Клод Моне - Бурный пейзаж 1867

Claude Monet - Regatta at Sainte-Adresse 1867 Claude Monet - Saint Germain l'Auxerrois 1867 Claude Monet - Still Life with Pears and Grapes 1867 Claude Monet - Stormy Seascape 1867 Claude Monet - Street in Saint-Adresse 1867 Claude Monet - Taking a Walk on the Cliffs of Sainte-Adresse 1867 Claude Monet - The Beach at Sainte-Adresse 1867
Клод Моне - Бурный пейзаж 1867

Бурный пейзаж 1867
48x64см холст/масло
The Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, MA
The image is only being used for informational and educational purposes

<< Previous G a l l e r y Next >>

From The Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, MA:
Monet experimented with technique in this early seascape, using subdued colors and applying paint in broad strokes, sometimes with a palette knife. The composition is simple—the horizon line divides the canvas into bands of sea and sky, interrupted by the sailboat positioned slightly off center, its flag flapping in the wind. While many of Monet’s seascapes are sunlit scenes, this painting emphasizes dark skies, deep shadows, and choppy waves. Having grown up on the Normandy coast, the artist was familiar with the sea’s appearance in different atmospheric conditions.