Клод Моне - Бель-Иль, эффект дождя 1886

Claude Monet - Winter at Giverny 1885 Claude Monet - Winter Landscape at the Val de Falaise 1885 Claude Monet - An Orchard in Spring 1886 Claude Monet - Belle-Ile, Rain Effect 1886 Claude Monet - Belle-Ile, Rocks at Port-Goulphar 1886 Claude Monet - Cliffs at Pourville, Rain 1886 Claude Monet - Coming into Port-Goulphar, Belle-Ile 1886
Клод Моне - Бель-Иль, эффект дождя 1886

Бель-Иль, эффект дождя 1886
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Bridgestone Museum of Art, Tokyo
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Belle-Ile, rain effect is a product of Monet’s two month stay on the island of Belle-Ile, off the coast of Brittany. He was fascinated by what he called ‘this sinister land’, where great granite outcrops had been twisted into fantastic shapes by the relentless forces of wind and water. Monet kept prolonging his stay so that he could paint the effect of the changing coastal light on these natural features, and the endless waves surging around them.