Print developed from Claude Monet’s Water Lilies, 1906, from the Art Institute of Chicago’s collection.

“One instant, one aspect of nature contains it all,” said Claude Monet, referring to his late masterpieces, the water landscapes that he produced at his home in Giverny between 1897 and his death in 1926.  By the time he painted Water Lilies, which comes from his third group of these works, he had dispensed with the horizon line altogether. In this spatially ambiguous canvas, the artist looked down, focusing solely on the surface of the pond, with its cluster of vegetation ?oating amid the re?ection of sky and trees.

  • Print Reproduction
  • Image Dimensions:  11.5 x 11.125 in.
  • Full Dimensions:  16 x 20 in.
  • Materials:  Premium cardstock.