Клод Моне - Вид на Кап-д'Антиб 1888

Claude Monet - Two Vases with Chrysanthems 1888 Claude Monet - Under the Pine Trees at the End of the Day 1888 Claude Monet - View of Antibes from the Plateau Notre-Dame 1888 Claude Monet - View of Cap d'Antibes 1888 Claude Monet - Watermill at Limetz 1888 Claude Monet - Grainstack at Giverny 1889 Claude Monet - Grainstacks at Giverny, Morning Effect 1889
Клод Моне - Вид на Кап-д'Антиб 1888

Вид на Кап-д'Антиб 1888
65x80см холст/масло
Hill-Stead Museum, Farmington, Connecticut, US
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From Hill-Stead Museum, Farmington:
Monet did not join the Impressionists in their last joint exhibition in Paris in 1886. Instead he began to take advantage of the expanded railway system and traveled throughout France, from the rugged Atlantic coast of Brittany to the warm Mediterranean and the Cap d’Antibes, in search of subjects that evidenced his ties to the French countryside. At Antibes, he painted a group of 35 canvases that captured the jewel-like tones of that sunny region in thick paint and short, almost “pointillistic” brushstrokes. Hill-Stead’s View of Cap d’Antibes is one of these examples.