Claude Monet’s Water Lilies is a series of approximately 250 paintings. In 1883, he and his family rented a gorgeous home in Giverny and they all worked to build up the beautiful gardens. During this time, Monet was finding more success in selling his paintings, and by 1891, he was able to buy the home. The next 25 years until his death in 1926 were largely spent here, painting these beautiful gardens.
Claude Monet - La Seine à Vétheuil, 1879. Oil on canvas. 81 x 60 cm (31.9” x 23.6”) — Musée des Beaux-Arts de Rouen (France)
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Bras de Seine près de Giverny, brouillard, Claude Monet, 1897
Claude Monet Fields in Spring
“Morning on the Seine near Giverny” by Claude Monet created in 1896
Claude Monet - Women in the Garden, 1866
Musee d’Orsay, Paris
Monet, Claude: Water Lilies
1906 (190 Kb); Oil on canvas, 87.6 x 92.7 cm (34 1/2 x 36 1/2 in);
The Art Institute of Chicago
Summer by Claude Monet, 1874
Claude Monet, Poplars on the Epte, 1900 (National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh)