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Monet The Path through the Irises Shawl

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Price: $80.00
Member Price: $72.00

Item# 80-013665 







Description

Irises, among Claude Monets (French, 18401926) favorite flowers, lined the pathways leading up to the house and Japanese bridge on the artists property at Giverny. The Path through the Irises (1914 17) belongs to a series of monumental works he painted during the World War I. Our shawl design highlights a detail from this Impressionist masterpiece.

Modal/wool/silk blend. Imported. 72'' x 28''; 1'' fringe.

  • Modal/wool/silk blend
  • Imported
  • 72'' x 28''; 1'' fringe

Art History

The Path through the Irises belongs to a series of works that capture the vital essence of these vivacious flowers with an intensity and breadth of vision that bear witness to Claude Monet's genius and determination. The Impressionist master par excellence (French, 18401926), Monet was devoted to revealing the changing face of nature, from morning to night and from season to season.

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Description

Irises, among Claude Monets (French, 18401926) favorite flowers, lined the pathways leading up to the house and Japanese bridge on the artists property at Giverny. The Path through the Irises (1914 17) belongs to a series of monumental works he painted during the World War I. Our shawl design highlights a detail from this Impressionist masterpiece.

Modal/wool/silk blend. Imported. 72'' x 28''; 1'' fringe.





  • Modal/wool/silk blend
  • Imported
  • 72'' x 28''; 1'' fringe




Art History

The Path through the Irises belongs to a series of works that capture the vital essence of these vivacious flowers with an intensity and breadth of vision that bear witness to Claude Monet's genius and determination. The Impressionist master par excellence (French, 18401926), Monet was devoted to revealing the changing face of nature, from morning to night and from season to season.


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