DAILY ART FIX: Masterpiece Story: Claude Monet’s Haystacks

Art world links which caught my eye…

Claude Monet “Meules” 1890

Painters can make the most commonplace items fascinating. Case in point –  Claude Monet, who made haystacks beautiful. This article provides some background and context for Monet’s celebrated series.

The year 1890 was a very important moment in Claude Monet’s life; he turned 50 and bought property for the first time. It was of course his famous house with the garden in Giverny. Meules were inspired by the fields adjacent to his new home.

Read the full article here: DAILY ART MAGAZINE – Masterpiece Story: Claude Monet, Meules


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