The Metropolitan Museum of Art identifies this resplendent floral painting with Caillebotte’s project for dining room doors ornamented with images of plants. The loose, flowing brushwork contrasts with the flatter, smoother strokes that he employed in his urban paintings. More so than his contemporaries, Caillebotte was willing and able to adapt his style to suit his subject. His wealth was such that he was free to experiment without financial constraints, and he was for many years better-known as a patron than as a painter. By the time he completed Chrysanthemums in the Garden at Petit-Gennevilliers, he had long since ceased exhibiting his artwork, and was devoting himself to building racing yachts and gardening.
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Gustave Caillebotte : “Chrysanthemums in the Garden at Petit-Gennevilliers” (1893)
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