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Poppy Field - Claude Monet
Poppy Field - Claude Monet
Poppy Field - Claude Monet
Poppy Field - Claude Monet
Poppy Field - Claude Monet
Poppy Field - Claude Monet
Poppy Field - Claude Monet
Poppy Field - Claude Monet
Poppy Field - Claude Monet
Poppy Field - Claude Monet
Poppy Field - Claude Monet
Poppy Field - Claude Monet
Poppy Field - Claude Monet
Poppy Field - Claude Monet
Poppy Field - Claude Monet
Poppy Field - Claude Monet
Poppy Field - Claude Monet
Poppy Field - Claude Monet
Poppy Field - Claude Monet
Poppy Field - Claude Monet
Poppy Field - Claude Monet

Poppy Field - Claude Monet

This work reflects the impressionist movement by the technique used and the importance of light. Claude Monet wanted to paint the leisure activities linked to nature in the 19th century in opposition to the industrialization of the city and the pleasures linked to it. In the foreground, off-center to the right, is an elegant woman with an umbrella and a straw hat, accompanied by a child. This is probably his first wife with her son.

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The artwork in a nutshell

This work reflects the impressionist movement by the technique used and the importance of light. Claude Monet wanted to paint the leisure activities linked to nature in the 19th century in opposition to the industrialization of the city and the pleasures linked to it. In the foreground, off-center to the right, is an elegant woman with an umbrella and a straw hat, accompanied by a child. This is probably his first wife with her son.

The artist

Oscar-Claude Monet est né le 14 novembre 1840 à Paris. Mort en 1926 à Giverny, il marquera de son œuvre le début du 20ème siècle. Claude Monet est considéré comme l’un des plus grands maîtres de l’impressionnisme. Son goût pour la lumière et son obsession de la couleur lui ont permis de réaliser des œuvres majeures appréciées à leur juste valeur.En avril 1874, la « Société anonyme coopérative des artistes peintres, sculpteurs et graveurs » organise une exposition qui va offrir de nouvelles perspectives à l’art moderne. Claude Monet y expose son œuvre Impression, soleil levant. L’exposition n’est en réalité pas un franc succès. Voulant se moquer de l’œuvre citée, le journaliste Louis Leroy qualifie l’ensemble des artistes d’« impressionnistes ». Le terme d’impressionnisme prend alors un sens nouveau.
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