Artwork Title: Champ d’iris à Giverny

Champ d’iris à Giverny, 1887

Claude Monet

Claude Monet’s Champ d’iris à Giverny, painted in 1887 during a period of respite from the artist’s extensive travels in Holland, Brittany and, finally, his newly- established permanent studio at Giverny (estimate $3/5 million). The idyllic, pastoral subject matter of this work encapsulates the central focus of Monet’s oeuvre toward the end of the 19th century, when he divorced himself from painting urban scenes of Paris and devoted himself fully to his beloved countryside in Giverny. []
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