The Cliff Walk at Pourville  1882

by Claude Monet

In February 1882, Claude Monet went to Normandy to paint, one of many such expeditions that he made in the 1880s. This was also a retreat from personal and professional pressures. His wife, Camille, had died three years earlier, and Monet had entered into a domestic arrangement with Alice Hoschedé (whom he would marry in 1892, after her husband's death). France was in the ...
66.5 x 82.3 cm (26 1/8 x 32 7/16 in.)
Oil on Canvas
Courtesy of the Art Institute of Chicago