San Giorgio Maggiore at Dusk by Claude Monet
San Giorgio Maggiore at Dusk came into existence when Monet began to suffer from the loss of his eyesight from grey cataracts.
Paradoxically, this matched with Monet’s vision and his impressionist paintings. This is when he started encouraging his acquaintances and friends to see the world as splatters of colors and light. San Giorgio Maggiore at Dusk is a strong interaction between an artist losing his sight while consistently utilizing his experience of light and vision.
Claude Monet’s celebrated impressionist painting, San Giorgio Maggiore at Dusk is available for sale at Gallery La Fayette. You can put it up anywhere at your home or workplace and add a modern, serene vibe to your space.
Monet created a picturesque painting with thick brushstrokes while depicting emotions and feelings. His inspiration came from nature and landscapes, as he was highly passionate about gardening and landscaping.
He used special techniques to capture light and color with small strokes and impasto techniques. Monet uses bright, vibrant colors such as blues, yellows, and reds with hints of shapes.
His impressions are more towards the sensory experience rather than visual.
Add the vibrancy to your living space and create an inspiring space for yourself. Gallery La Fayette offers a handpainted replica of San Giorgio Maggiore at Dusk. Made by skilled artists and high-quality materials to bring out the best of your living space.