In 1878, Claude Monet settled in Vétheuil, a small village approximately seventy kilometres north west from Paris. The paintings from Vétheuil show a radical change in Monet's work. He shifted from busy city scenes towards deserted landscapes. He became increasingly fascinated by the effects of light and colour which arose through the constantly changing weather.
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|Title||La Seine près de Vétheuil|
|Material and technique||Oil on canvas|
Painting > Painting > Two-dimensional object > Art object
|Location||This object is in storage|
Width 83 cm
Height 62 cm
|Accession number||2612 (MK)|
|Credits||Verworven met de verzameling van / Acquired with the collection of: D.G. van Beuningen 1958|
|Age artist||About 38 years old|
|Collector||Collector / D.G. van Beuningen|
Impressionisme: Een schone kijk (1992)
The Collection Enriched (2011)
Alles kids (2016)
Jongkind & vrienden (2017)
Canvas > Worked fibres > Fibre > Vegetable material > Organic material > Material > Material and technique
|Place of manufacture||Vétheuil > France > Western Europe > Europe|
|Geographical origin||France > Western Europe > Europe|
All about the artist
Parijs 1840 - Giverny 1926
Claude Monet moved at a young age from Paris to the Normandy city Le Havre. There he became a pupil of Eugène Boudin. From 1860 to 1862 he was stationed as a...Bekijk het volledige profiel