Water-Lilies

Perhaps the subject for which he is best-known, The Water-Lily Pond is a dreamy and typical representation of the Impressionist movement. Monet moved to Giverny outside of Paris where he cultivated his famous aquatic-garden. Many of Monet’s painting feature his water-lilies under different light conditions and arrangements. This rendition is painted at a close-up, with the murky pond and lilies serving as the only subject.

Creator: Claude Monet

Date: after 1916

Original Medium: Oil on canvas

Original Size: 200.7 x 426.7 cm

Location: National Gallery London

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