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Monet "Poppies" Umbrella

REF CU800267 EAN 3336728640233

 Monet "Poppies" Umbrella

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Monet "Poppies" Umbrella

This umbrella shows a part of the work of Claude Monet Coquelicots, environs d'Argenteuil (Poppy Field) preserved at the Musée d'Orsay.

When he returned from England in 1871, Monet settled in Argenteuil and lived there until 1878. These years were a time of fulfilment for him. Supported by his dealer, Paul Durand-Ruel, Monet found in the region around his home the bright landscapes which enabled him to explore the potential of plein-air painting.


  • Folding umbrella, rubber handle, polyester sheath
Size
Folded : 29 cm - Opened, Diam. : 98 cm
Folded : 11.41" - Opened, Diam. : 38.58"
Packaging
Polybag
Museum
Paris - Musée d'Orsay
Themes
Flowers, Landscape
Material
Synthetics
Art movement
Impressionism
Artist
Claude Monet (1840-1926)
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