In 1871, Monet moved to Argenteuil, which lies on the banks of the Seine, just northwest of Paris. The city's picturesque sites became the favored subject matter of many talented painters who came to visit Monet.
Title: The Artist's Garden at Argenteuil, 1873
Artist: Claude Monet
Constructed of premium-quality frame and gallery-quality acrylic glazing
Frame finish: Embossed antique gold
Matte: Cream linen / herbal
Long-lasting, fade-resistant ink on high quality lithographic paper
Paper is dry-mounted to prevent rippling
Ready to hang, comes with a hanging wire for easy installation
Made in USA
Frame thickness: 1.375"
Print: 7.5" H x 9.5" W
Overall dimensions: 13.74" H x 15.74" W, 2 lbs
'The Artist's Garden at Argenteuil' by Claude Monet Framed Painting Print
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