Claude Monet, French (1840-1926)
Waterliliesor The Water Lily Pond, 1904
Oil on canvas
Funds from the Helen Dill bequest, 1935.14
Denver Art Museum
Claude Monet is quoted as saying, “I must have flowers always and always.” His garden at Giverny was a source of inspiration and joy for more than twenty years. At Giverny, Monet created wild, colorful, immersive gardens including his asymmetrical water garden, which he captured in about three hundred different works. This particular Waterlilies painting is one of four from this same viewpoint created in 1904.
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