About Claude Monet’s Woman With A Parasol - Madame Monet And Her Son
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This work, also sometimes called The Stroll, was originally created by Claude Monet in 1875 in Argenteuil, France.
The art depicts Monet’s first wife Camille and child Jean standing together on a sunny day.
The work has a lot of emphasis on color. Mrs. Monet is holding an umbrella and wearing a white dress, her veil blowing in the wind. Her son Jean looks on from the side.
The original painting now hangs in the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC.
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About The Monet Woman With A Parasol Print
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About The Artist
Oscar-Claude Monet was a French artist. He was one of the founders of the French Impressionist movement. Impressionism emphasizes accurate depictions of light, ordinary subject matter, and movement. This style doesn't seek to create an impression of real life, but rather how life appears to the artist. Monet lived from 1840-1926. He is famous for landscaping projects that he documented with his artwork. Shop our Monet Prints Collection.