Year: 20th century Size: 50 x 40 cm Medium: Oil Description: Claude Monet 1840-1926 was a French painter and one of the leading figures of the Impressionist art movement. He was born in Paris, France, and developed a passion for art at an early age. Monet is best known for his landscapes, especially his series of water lilies, haystacks, and Rouen Cathedral, which showcased his fascination with capturing the effects of light, color, and atmosphere in nature.Monet’s innovative approach to painting involved using quick, loose brushwork and a focus on the play of light and color to depict the transient qualities of his subjects. His style was a departure from the traditional academic art of the time and laid the foundation for the Impressionist movement.Throughout his career, Monet created a vast body of work, often revisiting the same scenes under different lighting conditions. His dedication to capturing the beauty of nature in various seasons and times of day made him one of the most influential artists of his era. This lot has not been authenticated by the foundation so its being sold as attributed. Measurement 50 CM by 40 CM, Oil on canvas. Notre Dame Paris 4 May 1921, signed lower left of painting Claude Monet. Comes with documentation in French dated 2012. Shipping: Ships From Beverly Hills, CA

Serial Number: 4612351842