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Claude Monet : “Gardener’s House at Antibes” (1888)

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During the winter of 1888, Monet visited Antibes in southern France. Under the Mediterranean sun his colors became lighter and brighter, and his paint surfaces more thickly impastoed. “What I bring back from here,” he wrote, “will be sweetness itself, white, pink, and blue, all enveloped in a magical air.” The brilliant colors—warm pinks, corals, cool greens, and blues—embody the sun-soaked atmosphere of the Mediterranean coast.

(Text courtesy of The Cleveland Museum of Art).

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