Клод Моне - Речной вид в Бенекуре 1868

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Клод Моне - Речной вид в Бенекуре 1868

Речной вид в Бенекуре 1868
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Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, USA
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From the Art Institute of Chicago :
Here Claude Monet’s future wife, Camille Doncieux, sits on an island in the Seine River, looking toward the hamlet of Gloton, next to the town of Bennecourt, from which she and Monet have presumably rowed. This is the only painting to survive from the brief period that the couple spent in Gloton, which the novelist Émile Zola recommended to Monet as a cheap rural retreat that was easily accessible from Paris. Pentimenti (underpainting) suggest that in an early stage of the painting, Camille held a bonneted child, presumably the couple’s baby, Jean.