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Tulip Fields near The Hague  1886

by Claude Monet

The French painter Claude Monet spent ten days in the Netherlands in 1886. He was captivated by the Dutch landscape, with its windmills and bulb-fields, and produced five paintings of them. This example was sold the same year by the art dealer Theo van Gogh, so it is quite possible that his brother Vincent saw the work. Monet painted the sea of flowers in every possible co...
66 cm x 81.5 cm
Oil on Canvas
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