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The 1000++ Artworks of topic Gardens and containing the word parks" and containing the word claude monet, impressionism, gardens and containing the word parks, 1900

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Claude Monet - Pathway in Monet-s Garden at GivernyPathway in Monet's Garden at GivernyClaude Monet
92 x 89 cm, (1902)

Monet's paintings of his water-garden and water-lilies at Giverny occupied him for many years in the latter part of his life and were his last great work. Like the works of Turner in the final stage, they were for a long time misunderstood and unappreciated but similarly revived in esteem in the lig...

Kunsthistorisches Museum (Vienna, Austria)
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Vincent Van Gogh - Daubigny-s GardenDaubigny's GardenVincent Van Gogh

Daubigny's Garden, painted in 1890, is one of the last works of Vincent van Gogh (the chronology of his final works is unknown). Daubigny's Garden depicts the garden of the late Charles-François Daubigny, a painter whom Van Gogh admired throughout his life. Daubigny's wife stands in the distance bes...

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Vincent Van Gogh - Daubigny-s GardenDaubigny's GardenVincent Van Gogh

Daubigny's Garden, painted in 1890, is one of the last works of Vincent van Gogh (the chronology of his final works is unknown). Daubigny's Garden depicts the garden of the late Charles-François Daubigny, a painter whom Van Gogh admired throughout his life. Daubigny's wife stands in the distance bes...

Hiroshima Museum of Art (Japan)
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Claude Monet - Irises in Monet-s GardenIrises in Monet's GardenClaude Monet

The dazzling Irises in Monet’s garden, with its almost suffocating density of colour — was influenced by the equally sensuous Japanese screens representing flowers on a gold ground that reflects light (see Bush clover, pampas grass and chrysanthemum, attributed to So¯setsu).

Musée d'Orsay (Paris, France)