Two Women among the Flowers

Claude Monet

Claude Monet - Two Women among the Flowers
In 1874, Monet settled in Argenteuil. There, in the garden of his house, he found inspiration for many paintings such as Two Women among the Flowers where Monet rendered a flower bush fully integrating two female figures – the painter’s wife Camille and her friend. They are fully absorbed by the flood of flowers which fill up the entire canvas. The painter captured the topic in a given moment and of light.
measurements: height 175 cm
width 130 cm
in collections:
material: canvas
technique: oil
inventory number: O 3196
gallery collection: Collection of 19th Century Art and Classical Modernism

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