Poster Monet The Garden at Vetheuil with a picture of two small children in a beautiful garden with sunflowers painted by the French artist Claude Monet in 1880. Claude Monet was a French artist born in 1840 in Paris. He is considered a pioneer of Impressionism, an art style characterized by the effects of outdoor light with broken colors and fast brushstrokes. The art style got its name from a work painted by Monet in 1872. Monet painted the same motif several times in different lights to observe how the motif changed in different light conditions.
We print our posters on a 200 gram semi-matte paper of the highest quality from the French manufacturer Clairefontaine. The paper is certified with FSC and our production is certified with Ecolable to ensure a sustainable production.
Picture frame not included. Frames are sold separately.
Our delivery time is normally 3-6 working days from the order date. Please note that the delivery time may be slightly longer during holidays and high loads at the shipping companies.