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Path on the Island of Saint Martin, Vétheuil  1881

by Claude Monet

In 1879 Monet moved with his family to the village of Vétheuil on the north bank of the Seine. For the next three years the town, situated on a steep bank above the river and dominated by the tower of its twelfth-century church, became the artist’s central landscape motif. In the summer of 1881, following a particularly severe winter, Monet painted lush views of the town f...
73.7 x 59.7 cm (29 x 23 1/2 inches)
Oil on Canvas
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