Le Bassin aux Nymphéas by Claude Monet
Le Bassin aux Nymphéas is certainly one of Claude Monet’s most famous artworks. This painting was painted in the year 1872.
Monet created his oil painting Impression Sunrise in the port of Le Havre, his home town, in 1872. His goal was to capture a gorgeous handpainted replica of this famous painting is available at Gallery La Fayette.
Monet was a highly skilled painter when it came to landscapes. He was also deeply passionate about landscaping and gardening. An interesting fact about Claude Monet is that he gained permission to reroute the river Epte. He installed a dam on a section that would become his famous lily pond at Giverny.
Monet would experiment with painting waterscapes over and over again. He tried with different angles, compositions, and techniques.
In Le Bassin aux Nymphéas, there is only an illusion of expanded space that’s filled with water lilies and reflections from the trees and sky. Truly making the painting look exceptional and giving an out-of-the-world experience. Monet tried to create an infinite stretch of water. A sight of this serene and calm painting by Claude Monet will you leave you relaxed and calm after a tiring day at work. Just sit back and dive into the painting and you’ll experience peace within.
The Monet painting is highly expressive with thick brushstrokes and an abstract rendering of the natural elements, leaving a long-lasting impression on the viewer. Hang it on the walls of your home and leave your guests in awe.
Certainly one of Claude Monet’s most famous artworks is the oil painting Impression, Sunrise. This painting was painted in 1872 and is also known by its original name “Marina”.