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La maison du pêcheur, Varengeville  1882

by Claude Monet

Monet liked repeating certain subjects. He saw this fisherman’s cottage while travelling through Normandy in 1882 and painted it no fewer than eight times. We look down on it from a higher cliff, which accounts for the unusual composition with the high horizon. But Monet probably owed his receptiveness to such an extreme vantage point to his study of Japanese prints. [br] ...
71,5 x 58 cm
Oil on Canvas
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