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Monets Water Lilies

Monets Water Lilies is an acclaimed series of about 250 oil paintings by French Impressionist Claude Monet, which has been called “the most complete and aesthetically satisfying modernist painting.” The paintings portray his famous garden at his abode in Giverny, in early twentieth century. They also display some of his other favorite subjects, such as the seascape and the night sky. It was during this time when Monet had to deal with the tremendous disruption of the Great Depression due to the economical collapse of the economy. He was forced to sell off his art collection, which included the Water Lilies. But, he retained his painting “Water Lilies” which remains one of the best selling pieces of art of all time.

When we think of a water garden, we conjure up visions of soothing landscapes with the gentle lilies in lush, green fields. This painting portrays a different aspect of what a water garden can be, beyond the soothing affect of its color and the calming effect of its hues. Although the water is blue in this painting, it is a warm and bright color that stirs imagination and induces feelings of wellbeing.

This painting symbolizes the renaissance period when artists returned from the European Renaissance to display their works in the French Country Garden. They included such plants and flowers as the Water Lily, Morning Glory, Sunflower, Daffodil, Wood Anemone, Creeping Mazus, Morning Star, Tulips and Gardenia. All these flower gardens or botanical gardens featured large beds of lush lily flowers. Monet's Water Lilies along with many other water lilies, were included in this type of garden.

It is interesting to note that the colors of the water lilies used in this painting were vibrant and exuberant. They are vivid and appear to have life when they are in bloom. In contrast, the colors and shades of the other plants in the flower garden are pale. The reason for this is because they have just come out of the water or just after the water has evaporated. The water lilies in this painting seem to have just woken up after a very long sleep.

In the early part of the century, there was a trend to include the flowers in a painting as the most prominent feature. In the early paintings by Monet, the water lilies are always seen alone. The painting starts off with a quiet day in the garden, with only the breeze playing with the petals of the flower. As the day progresses, the flowers begin to open up and the painting takes on a dreamy quality as it captures the beauty and romance of the blossoms in the early morning hours.

Many people associate water lilies with the famous painting by Gustave Caillebotte of France's La Fargereuse, which shows a group of lovers walking along a bridge over a river. This painting represents the romantic period before World War I broke out. It is also widely regarded as one of the greatest art works done during that time. Monets used the water lilies that are in that painting to portray the tranquility and beauty of that time.

Water lilies are a symbol of beauty and femininity for many centuries. In early American art, Monet painted the water lilies against a background of the beautiful landscapes he found in his own country. These paintings are among the earliest examples of the American West. They are a romantic way of portraying the beautiful American West, and Monet did a fine job of capturing the spirit of the American West.

When you are looking for gifts for that special woman in your life, consider giving her a Monet water lily flower. She will cherish this painting for a long time to come. Although water lilies are not that easy to grow in the real wilds of France, you can still find reproductions of these paintings that are extremely beautiful and affordable. Many people like to use these as accessories or filling in a frame with flowers. You will find that they are an excellent gift idea.

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