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Jeanne-Marguerite Lecadre

in the Garden

  Buy now from allposters.com1866: The Hermitage, St. Petersburg

Jeanne-Marguerite was Monet's cousin.

In the mid 1860s Monet was experimenting with the various technical problems of translating natural effects effectively into paint, usually with a variety of brushes, sometimes with a palette knife or, as here, by using a brush to differentiate flat areas, such as the sky. These concerns became central to Monet's technique, leading in the 1870s to his essential Impressionism.
 
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