Currently on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, Claude Monet's 1896-97 oil painting titled 'Morning on the Seine near Giverny', reflects a key period when the French impressionist artist converted a boat into a studio to be able to capture the challenging effects of sunrise on the river. First shown at the Galerie Georges Petit in 1898, the paintings were widely admired for their complex rendition of light and texture which makes John Myatt's skilful imitation all the more unbelievable as can be seen in the above piece.
Featuring lighter pastel tones than its partner 'Sunrise On The Seine', this hand-embellished stretched canvas comes framed in classical pewter grey that is moulded from an original French 18th century design and made from sustainably sourced wood. One of his last two interpretations of Monet's work on the Seine, John describes this individual piece as 'one of the most remarkable works I have ever done'; to read more click here.
Discover more about John and his Spring 2021 collection with Castle Fine Art in this video.
Edition size: 95
Subjects: Abstract, Landscapes, Wildlife
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