Claude Monet, 1891 - Stacks of Wheat (Sunset, Snow Effect) - fine art print

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The 19th century work of art was made by Claude Monet in the year 1891. The over 120 years old original was made with the size of 65,3 × 100,4 cm (25 11/16 × 39 1/2 in) and was painted with the technique of oil on canvas. The original painting has the following text as inscrption: inscribed at lower right: Claude Monet 91. The piece of art can be viewed in in the digital art collection of Art Institute Chicago. This artwork, which belongs to the public domain is provided with courtesy of Art Institute Chicago. Creditline of the artwork: Potter Palmer Collection. In addition to this, the alignment is landscape and has an image ratio of 3 : 2, which means that the length is 50% longer than the width. Claude Monet was a painter from France, whose art style can primarily be classified as Impressionism. The Impressionist painter was born in 1840 in Paris, Ile-de-France, France and died at the age of 86 in 1926 in Giverny, Normandie, France.

Available materials

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  • Aluminium dibond (metal print): An Aluminium Dibond print is a print with a true depth. The Aluminium Dibond Print is the ideal start to fine art replicas with aluminum. For your Aluminium Dibond option, we print your favorite artpiece on the surface of the white-primed aluminum composite.
  • Acrylic glass print (with real glass coating): An acrylic glass print, often described as a plexiglass print, will change the original into amazing décor. Furthermore, the acrylic print forms a distinct alternative to aluminium or canvas fine art prints. The artwork is made with modern UV print technology. This creates the impression of vivid and sharp colors. The major advantage of a plexiglass art print is that contrasts and also minor artwork details become exposed with the help of the precise gradation. Our plexiglass protects your custom art print against light and heat for many years to come.
  • Printed poster (canvas material): The Artprinta poster is a printed flat canvas with a fine surface texture. A poster print is qualified for putting the art replica in a custom frame. Please bear in mind, that depending on the absolute size of the poster print we add a white margin 2-6 cm around the print, which facilitates the framing with a custom frame.
  • Canvas: A printed canvas, not to be mistaken with a painting on a canvas, is an image printed directly on cotton canvas. A canvas makes the special look of three dimensionality. The great advantage of canvas prints is that they are relatively low in weight, meaning that it is quite simple to hang the Canvas print without the support of any wall-mounts. A canvas print is suitable for any kind of wall.

Important note: We try everything to describe our art products as closely as possible and to illustrate them visually. Nonetheless, the colors of the print products and the printing might vary slightly from the presentation on the monitor. Depending on your screen settings and the quality of the surface, not all color pigments can be printed one hundret percent realistically. Given that the art reproductions are printed and processed manually, there may as well be minor discrepancies in the size and exact position of the motif.

Product information

Print product type: art reproduction
Reproduction: digital reproduction
Manufaturing technique: UV direct printing
Manufacturing: German production
Type of stock: on demand production
Intended product use: wall gallery, art print gallery
Alignment: landscape alignment
Aspect ratio: (length : width) 3 : 2
Aspect ratio interpretation: the length is 50% longer than the width
Materials: metal print (aluminium dibond), poster print (canvas paper), acrylic glass print (with real glass coating), canvas print
Canvas print (canvas on stretcher frame) variants: 30x20cm - 12x8", 60x40cm - 24x16", 90x60cm - 35x24", 120x80cm - 47x31", 150x100cm - 59x39"
Acrylic glass print (with real glass coating): 30x20cm - 12x8", 60x40cm - 24x16", 90x60cm - 35x24", 120x80cm - 47x31", 150x100cm - 59x39"
Poster print (canvas paper) variants: 60x40cm - 24x16", 90x60cm - 35x24", 120x80cm - 47x31"
Aluminium dibond print: 30x20cm - 12x8", 60x40cm - 24x16", 90x60cm - 35x24", 120x80cm - 47x31"
Frame: not available

Structured artwork details

Title of the painting: "Stacks of Wheat (Sunset, Snow Effect)"
Categorization: painting
Art categorization: modern art
Time: 19th century
Artpiece year: 1891
Approximate age of artwork: over 120 years old
Artwork original medium: oil on canvas
Artwork original dimensions: 65,3 × 100,4 cm (25 11/16 × 39 1/2 in)
Signature on artpiece: inscribed at lower right: Claude Monet 91
Exhibited in: Art Institute Chicago
Location of museum: Chicago, Illinois, United States of America
Website Museum: Art Institute Chicago
License of artwork: public domain
Courtesy of: Art Institute Chicago
Creditline: Potter Palmer Collection

Structured artist metadata

Name of the artist: Claude Monet
Alternative names: Claude Monet, מונה קלוד, Claude Oscar Monet, Monet Claude, Monet Claude Jean, monet claude, Mone Klod, monet c., Monet Oscar-Claude, Monet Claude Oscar, Monet, Cl. Monet, Monet Claude-Oscar, Monet Oscar Claude, C. Monet
Gender of the artist: male
Artist nationality: French
Jobs: painter
Home country: France
Artist classification: modern artist
Styles of the artist: Impressionism
Lifetime: 86 years
Birth year: 1840
Birthplace: Paris, Ile-de-France, France
Year died: 1926
Town of death: Giverny, Normandie, France

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The monumental stacks that Claude Monet depicted in his series Stacks of Wheat rose fifteen to twenty feet and stood just outside the artist’s farmhouse at Giverny. Through 1890 and 1891, he worked on this series both in the field, painting simultaneously at several easels, and in the studio, refining pictorial harmonies. In May 1891, Monet hung fifteen of these canvases next to each other in one small room in the Galerie Durand-Ruel in Paris. An unprecedented critical and financial success, the exhibition marked a breakthrough in Monet’s career, as well as in the history of French art. In this view, and in nearly all of the autumn views in the series, the conical tops of the stacks break the horizon and push into the sky. But in most of the winter views, which constitute the core of the series, the stacks seem wrapped by bands of hill and field, as if bedded down for the season. For Monet, the stack was a resonant symbol of sustenance and survival. He followed this group with further series depicting poplars, the facade of Rouen Cathedral, and, later, his own garden at Giverny. The Art Institute has the largest group of Monet’s Stacks of Wheat in the world.

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