Wild Poppies, near Argenteuil by Claude Monet - Famous Art - Handmade Oil Painting on Canvas
The plein air technique is in its simplest term painting in the open or outdoor painting, as opposed to studio painting. It focuses more on capturing the landscape in natural light. Claude Monet was famous for this technique. He started focusing more and more on this technique during his stay in Argenteuil with his wife and son. One of the paintings during this period is "The Wild Poppies, near Argenteuil." This painting is also just among the many paintings Monet made about the poppy fields. This painting beautifully captures the vastness and natural beauty of the wild poppies which are painted by Impressionistic splotches of paint on top of the green landscape. A line of trees in the background creates a natural divide between the field and the summer sky with cottony clouds. A mother and child in the foreground can be Monet's wife and son. Another mother and child walking through the field can also be seen not too far away.
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Size: 50 (h) x 65 cm (w)
20 in (h) x 26 in (w)
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