Claude Monet (French, 1840-1926)
Like the many travelers, Monet went to the south of France for the sun and warmer weather. There in 1888 he painted The Gardener's House at Antibes. One of many paintings done during his time there, Monet was challenged by the luminous atmosphere and the radiant beauty of the light, "It is so difficult, so delicate, so tender..." Gardener's House at Antibes, from a work in the Cleveland Museum of Art Permanent Collection, proves Monet's ability were equal to the task. This poster reproduces the luminous blues, pinks and vibrant pastel colors of the original and illustrates Monet to be a master of capturing the light.
Size: 32" x 24"