Claude Monet, 1880 - The Artist's Garden at Vétheuil - fine art print

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The masterpiece with the title The Artist's Garden at Vétheuil was painted by Claude Monet. The original had the size: 151,5 x 121 cm (59 5/8 x 47 5/8 in) and was painted with the techinque of oil on canvas. It belongs to the National Gallery of Art's digital art collection. With courtesy of - National Gallery of Art, Washington (licensed: public domain).Creditline of the artwork: . Further, the alignment is portrait with an image ratio of 3 : 4, which implies that the length is 25% shorter than the width. Claude Monet was a male painter, whose art style was primarily Impressionism. The Impressionist painter was born in 1840 in Paris, Ile-de-France, France and passed away at the age of 86 in the year 1926 in Giverny, Normandie, France.

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  • Printed poster on canvas material: Our poster is a UV printed sheet of cotton canvas paper with a slightly roughened finish on the surface, which resembles the actual artwork. Please note, that depending on the size of the poster we add a white margin 2-6cm round about the print in order to facilitate the framing.
  • Canvas print: A canvas print, not to be mistaken with a painting on a canvas, is a digital replica applied on a canvas fabric. Hanging a canvas print: The great advantage of canvas prints is that they are relatively low in weight, which means that it is easy to hang the Canvas print without additional wall-mounts. Hence, canvas prints are suited for all kinds of walls.
  • Aluminium dibond print (metal): An Aluminium Dibond print is a print material with an impressive depth. The Direct Print on Aluminum Dibond is your ideal start to fine art replicas manufactured on alu.
  • Printed acrylic glass: A glossy acrylic glass print, which is sometimes referenced as a fine art print on plexiglass, will convert an original into marvellous wall décor. Additionally, the acrylic glass print offers a viable alternative option to aluminium or canvas fine art prints. Your own version of the artwork is made with the help of modern UV direct printing technology. This creates stunning, intense colors. The plexiglass with real glass coating protects your chosen art print against light and external influences for up to 6 decades.

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About the article

Product classification: wall art
Method of reproduction: digital reproduction
Production method: UV direct print (digital printing)
Manufacturing: German-made
Stock type: on demand
Intended product use: art print gallery, home décor
Artwork orientation: portrait alignment
Aspect ratio: 3 : 4 - (length : width)
Interpretation: the length is 25% shorter than the width
Materials you can choose from: poster print (canvas paper), canvas print, metal print (aluminium dibond), acrylic glass print (with real glass coating)
Canvas on stretcher frame (canvas print) options: 30x40cm - 12x16", 60x80cm - 24x31"
Acrylic glass print (with real glass coating) size options: 30x40cm - 12x16", 60x80cm - 24x31"
Poster print (canvas paper) sizes: 30x40cm - 12x16", 60x80cm - 24x31"
Aluminium print options: 30x40cm - 12x16", 60x80cm - 24x31"
Art print framing: without frame

Structured artwork details

Title of the artwork: "The Artist's Garden at Vétheuil"
Classification: painting
Umbrella term: modern art
Temporal classification: 19th century
Created in the year: 1880
Approximate age of artwork: over 140 years
Original medium of artwork: oil on canvas
Artwork original size: 151,5 x 121 cm (59 5/8 x 47 5/8 in)
Exhibited in: National Gallery of Art
Museum location: Washington D.C., United States of America
web page: National Gallery of Art
Artwork license type: public domain
Courtesy of: National Gallery of Art, Washington

Artist table

Name of the artist: Claude Monet
Also known as: Claude Monet, Cl. Monet, monet c., Monet Claude-Oscar, Claude Oscar Monet, מונה קלוד, Monet Claude Jean, C. Monet, monet claude, Monet Claude, Monet Oscar-Claude, Monet, Mone Klod, Monet Claude Oscar, Monet Oscar Claude
Gender of the artist: male
Nationality of artist: French
Professions of the artist: painter
Country of the artist: France
Artist category: modern artist
Styles: Impressionism
Age at death: 86 years
Year of birth: 1840
Place of birth: Paris, Ile-de-France, France
Year of death: 1926
Place of death: Giverny, Normandie, France

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Artwork specifications as provided by National Gallery of Art website (© Copyright - by National Gallery of Art -

Monet planted gardens wherever he lived. When he rented this house at Vétheuil, he made arrangements with the owner to landscape the terraces, which lead down to the Seine. The boy with the wagon is Monet's young son, and on the steps behind him are other members of his extended household. On the path, the brilliant sunlight is dappled with shade that falls in blues, plums, and various greens. Figures and faces are defined —briefly— with color. The large flowerpots were Monet's, and he took them with him each time he moved, using them in other gardens. They are "blue and white" only in our understanding: examined up close they are blue and green where they reflect the grass behind them, elsewhere tinged with gold or pink. By the early 1880s, when this work was painted, Monet had become increasingly interested in the painted surface itself and less concerned with capturing a spontaneous effect of light and atmosphere. The very composition of this painting, with its high horizon, traps our eye in the canvas—even the path is blocked in the distance by the rising steps. We are forced back to the surface, where the paint is textured and heavily layered. At close range, these brushstrokes, though still inspired by nature, seem less descriptive than decorative.

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