Preconceptions about the composition of artworks were forever altered by French Impressionist pioneer Claude Monet (1840 – 1925). Triumphing over criticism, Monet revolutionized art by painting suggestions of forms that allowed the viewer’s eyes to translate them into familiar shapes. Using the outdoors as his studio, Monet’s quest to quickly capture the transient effects of light in “Poppies” results in its intense movement and vibrant color.
An affordable alternative to original art, canvas pops off the wall with rich texture, color and detail. The artist-grade, acid-free cotton canvas is protected with a UV coating that eliminates glare.