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Poppy Field (Giverny)

A work made of oil on canvas.
CC0 Public Domain Designation

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  • A work made of oil on canvas.

Date:

1890/91

Artist:

Claude Monet (French, 1840–1926)

About this artwork

In July 1890, Claude Monet began four almost identically scaled canvases showing poppy fields near his home in Giverny. Although he did not consider these to be a series, like the 25 paintings of stacks of wheat that he began shortly after the harvest that same summer, the works certainly show his growing interest in developing several canvases at once. They also demonstrate a far more homogeneous touch than the freely brushed landscapes of his earlier career, with surfaces that have a tapestry-like materiality.

Status

On View, Gallery 240

Department

Painting and Sculpture of Europe

Artist

Claude Monet

Title

Poppy Field (Giverny)

Place

France (Artist's nationality:)

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1890–1891

Medium

Oil on canvas

Inscriptions

Inscribed lower right: Claude Monet 91

Dimensions

61.2 × 93.4 cm (24 1/16 × 36 3/4 in.)

Credit Line

Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Kimball Collection

Reference Number

1922.4465

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