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Monet, Beach at Trouville, 1870

McGaw Graphics

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Monet, Beach at Trouville, 1870
Monet, Beach at Trouville, 1870
Monet, Beach at Trouville, 1870

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Artist:

Claude Monet (1840-1926)

Materials:

print on paper

Dimensions:

18" x 20" x 1"

Care:

Do not hang in direct sunlight.

Frame materials:

wood/Plexiglas/mat

Frame finish:

gold

Why We Love This

A unique view onto a boardwalk scene on a wide French beach, where elegant couples stroll under parasols. This is a striking reproduction of the original work.
Claude Monet is credited with not just being a founder of Impressionism, but the one who coined the term with his painting ‘Impression, soleil levant.’ While many artists of the day studied the masters of the past, Monet chose to study nature, the art framed by the window rather than by the velvet rope of the museum.

Why We Love This

A unique view onto a boardwalk scene on a wide French beach, where elegant couples stroll under parasols. This is a striking reproduction of the original work.
Claude Monet is credited with not just being a founder of Impressionism, but the one who coined the term with his painting ‘Impression, soleil levant.’ While many artists of the day studied the masters of the past, Monet chose to study nature, the art framed by the window rather than by the velvet rope of the museum.

About McGaw Graphics

For more than three decades, Bruce McGaw Graphics has been a leader in the publishing world. Today, McGaw Graphics carries on this tradition, managing more than 700 artists and 15,000 licenses worldwide. Each work is created in the Green Mountains of Vermont -- where McGaw Graphics is based -- using cutting-edge digital printing techniques.