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Champ de coquelicots  1881

by Claude Monet

The poppies in this painting are no more than small bright dabs of paint. Monet once wrote of his working method: "When you paint outdoors, attempt to forget the objects you see before you (...) Think only: here is a blue square, here a pink triangle, here a yellow stripe and paint exactly what is before your eyes." [br] painting by Claude Monet, 1881, Boijmans (Museum: M...
79 x 58 cm
Oil on Canvas
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