Water Lilies by Claude Monet
Water Lillies is one of Monet’s most long-lasting works. Monet’s style was partly inspired by Edouard Manet.
He created the painting “Impression Sunrise”, his first-ever exhibited painting at the height of the impressionistic epoch in 1874. He then continued to develop his painting skills and his style.
The way he has painted the series of water lilies depicts his passion and love for waterscapes and plants. He embarked on a series of water lilies during the final decades of his life.
He would paint the lily ponds in his gardens at Giverny, France. Monet named his paintings ‘Grandes Decorations’ – enveloping the viewer in an infinite experience of water, sky, and flora.
Among all of Claude Monet’s works, water lilies were reworked and reproduced the most. Bring the feeling of peace and tranquility to your humble abode by adding a piece of Monet’s works.
The blooming water lilies in a gleaming pool of blue and green running along with lavender reflected clouds will suit perfectly in your living room while enhancing the existing decor.
The dense composition lets out a feel of abstraction, immersing the viewer within.
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Claude Monet painted a whole series of Water Lilies paintings in different sizes and variations. Buy the popular Nympheas II Oil Painting reproduction!