List of 10 Claude Monet's Water Lilies (1)

        Claude Monet (1840-1926) from the 1890s, his famous series of water lilies until 1926 died, all the scenes are in his Giverny (Giverny) near the home to create A water lily garden. He painted a total of about 250 water lilies, and today is the highlight of the World Art Museum. Sometimes, personal collections of personal works appear on the market. In June 2014, nearly 32 million pounds ($ 54 million) were sold in Sotheby's in London. Here are 10 lists of Claude Monet's water lilies that can be enjoyed at the best art museums and galleries in the world.

Monet's Water Lilies

Reflections of Clouds on the Water-Lily Pond (c.1920)

        The clouds on the lily pool reflect the sum of a 78.74 x 167.244 inch (200 x 424.8 cm) canvas, which was completed around 1920. It was located in the New York City Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), from the painter's son in 1959, replacing two water lilies painted a year ago.

Monet's Painting

Bridge over a Pond of Water Lilies (1899)

        Also known as the bridge of Japan, the bridge on the lily pond is the Japanese bridge in the jelly garden of the jiwani painter. Painting In 1899, the New York City Metropolitan Museum of Art had a painting of 36.5 x 29 inches (92.7 x 73.7 centimeters), and in 1929 she received the residence of Mrs. H. Overnhayer.

Oil Painting

Water Lilies (1897-1898)

        The title is Nympheas (French for water lily), 26 x 41 inches (66.04 x 104.14 cm) Oil painting is one of the earliest water lily paintings. Painted c. From 1897 to 1899, the masterpiece was owned by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and received the legacy of Fred Hathaway's Bix.

Flower Painting

Water Lilies (1903)

        1903 by Claude Monet painting oil painting, as shown on the left, this lotus painting is considered one of the best lily series. The masterpiece is owned by the Dayton Art Institute (Ohio) and is part of the permanent collection of art academies, but occasionally lends to other art galleries and galleries.

Hand-painting

Water Lilies (1906)

        Reminiscent of the other Monet paintings in the lily series, the 35.4 x 37 inch (89.9 x 94.1 cm) oil painting on this screen was particularly concerned by the details of the painter and the influence of light and shadow on the color. The painting was completed in 1906 and was painted in 1933 by the Chicago Art Institute, donated by the President Martin A. Ryerson and his wife to the Institute.

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