MODERN MONET
MODERN MONET

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Indian Inks and acrylics on canvas

80x80cm
Ready to hang
Indian Inks and acrylics on canvas

Followers of my work will know I have a very strong pull towards the work of Monet. His paintings and Giverny home are a constant source of inspiration for me. Like a moth to the flame I follow his work around the globe, though my favourite place is the Musée de L’Orangerie in Paris. I urge you to go there.

"As its name suggests, the Musee de l'Orangerie is housed in the former Orangery of the Tuileries Gardens, built in 1852. The building now houses one of French impressionist painter Claude Monet's most luminous achievements: Les Nymphéas, a series of eight murals which took four years to complete and represent a meditation on peace (the work was completed over the course of World War I, making it all the more poignant.)?"

Modern Monet, as the name suggests, is a ‘up to date take' on his famous waterlilies. My prerogative to make the lilies anatomically incorrect - the flow of the paint with ink and the tug of a modern vibe left me no choice!

Rory Bremner said this was his favourite painting of mine.

There is no print of this painting - just the original. Please note therefore, that this is a personal (not professional) photograph and in the flesh the work has much more depth, hue, texture and joy.


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£600
 
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MODERN MONET

.
Indian Inks and acrylics on canvas

80x80cm
Ready to hang
Indian Inks and acrylics on canvas

Followers of my work will know I have a very strong pull towards the work of Monet. His paintings and Giverny home are a constant source of inspiration for me. Like a moth to the flame I follow his work around the globe, though my favourite place is the Musée de L’Orangerie in Paris. I urge you to go there.

"As its name suggests, the Musee de l'Orangerie is housed in the former Orangery of the Tuileries Gardens, built in 1852. The building now houses one of French impressionist painter Claude Monet's most luminous achievements: Les Nymphéas, a series of eight murals which took four years to complete and represent a meditation on peace (the work was completed over the course of World War I, making it all the more poignant.)?"

Modern Monet, as the name suggests, is a ‘up to date take' on his famous waterlilies. My prerogative to make the lilies anatomically incorrect - the flow of the paint with ink and the tug of a modern vibe left me no choice!

Rory Bremner said this was his favourite painting of mine.

There is no print of this painting - just the original. Please note therefore, that this is a personal (not professional) photograph and in the flesh the work has much more depth, hue, texture and joy.


For all details on delivery, payment, duty, gift vouchers, giclée prints and framing please go to the FAQ page or enquire by email to chat any of this through.

Pay by PayPal

£600
 
Item added to cart