Claude Monet Art prints & posters
A pioneer of French Impressionism, for Claude Monet (1840-1926) the importance of observing natural light led him to paint outside 'en plein air'. Over time he would repeatedly return to the same scene, capturing changes in colour and light, most famously in paintings of his beautiful garden and pond at Giverny. King and McGaw's Monet collection includes images from The National Gallery and The Courtauld Gallery.
The archetypal impressionist, whose commitment to the movement never wavered, Claude Monet (1840-1926) is one of the most important and loved figures in the history of art. His work never fails to delight and bewitch but is also ideal for encouraging peaceful contemplation. A master of light and colour, he repeatedly painted the same scenes outside ‘en plein air’ to capture the changing shadows and passing seasons.