Claude Monet Keepsake Boxed Notecards
Sixteen assorted 4¼ x 5½ in. blank notecards (4 each of 4 designs) with envelopes in a decorative hinged box
Printed on recycled paper
National Gallery of Art, Washington
Claude Monet (1840–1926) devoted much of his life to the study of nature and light in his paintings. A pioneer of the French impressionist movement, Monet painted in short, textured brushstrokes, lending a sense of movement to his subjects.
The four oil paintings from the National Gallery of Art, Washington, collected on these keepsake boxed notecards were created across a quarter century of Monet’s career. His love for making nature the subject of his paintings—particularly gardens, which he planted wherever he lived—remained a constant thread throughout his life.
Contains 4 each of the following images:
The Artist’s Garden at Vétheuil, 1881
Woman with a Parasol—Madame Monet and Her Son, 1875
The Artist’s Garden in Argenteuil (A Corner of the Garden with Dahlias), 1873
The Japanese Footbridge,1899