Claude Monet

The Thames below Westminster by Claude Monet - Famous Art - Handmade Oil Painting on Canvas


During the Franco-Prussian War (1870-1871), Monet and other artists moved to London. Claude Monet particularly liked Central London and often painted in parks and the River Thames. "The Thames below Westminster" depicts that side of London on a misty spring day. The colours are hazy to capture the foggy atmosphere. In the painting is the River Thames, and Westminster Bridge and the Houses of Parliament in the background. Jetties cast reflections on the water, which add a dramatic effect to the work.

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Size: 47 (h) x 73 cm (w)
19 in (h) x 29 in (w)

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Material: Oil Paint on Canvas

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