Three Fishing Boats

size(cm): 45x55
Sale price€157,95 EUR


Claude Monet's Three Fishing Boats painting is an Impressionist work noted for its characteristic artistic style, in which the technique of loose brushstrokes and the use of light and color to create a vibrant and lively atmosphere is appreciated.

The composition of the work is very interesting, since you can see three fishing boats in the foreground, surrounded by sea water and the blue sky. The perspective chosen by the artist is very successful, as it allows the viewer to feel part of the scene and immerse themselves in it.

One of the most striking aspects of painting is the use of color. Monet uses a palette of bright, saturated tones to create a sense of movement and vitality in the work. The blue and green tones of the water and sky contrast with the warm tones of the boats and sails, creating a harmonious and balanced effect.

The story behind the painting is also interesting. It is known that Monet painted Three Fishing Boats in 1886, during his stay in the seaside town of Étretat, in Normandy. This area was very popular with the Impressionist artists of the time, who drew inspiration from the natural beauty of the region to create their works.

Finally, one of the lesser-known aspects of the painting is that it was acquired by the famous art collector Paul Durand-Ruel in 1888. Durand-Ruel was one of the main promoters of the Impressionist movement and helped to publicize the work of artists like Monet, Renoir and Degas all over the world. Thanks to his support, the painting Three Fishing Boats and other impressionist works became a benchmark in modern art.

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