Wisteria (1917–20) is one of only seven works (including one diptych) that Monet created to hang above a frieze above his famous cycle of large water lily paintings, which he offered to the French nation the day after the Armistice in 1918 as a memorial to the war.
Monet's violet provided a distinctive new color for modern art. He began to believe that purple was able to exploit the dimensionality of the shadow better than black, as he said: "I finally discovered the true color of the atmosphere. It is violet". Claude Monet, Wisteria (1917-20).
Artist-grade poly-cotton blend canvas. Full hardwood canvas frame, made of high-quality poplar wood.
- High resistance to wood warping.
- Hand stretched and stapled.
- Scratch-resistant UV coating.
- Solid wood floating frame.
- Corner bumpers for level hanging and to protect your wall.
Includes pre-installed hardware and hanging kit (16x16" and under come with a single 1" sawtooth, 16x16 to 16x24 come with a single 2" sawtooth, while larger canvases get the pair of bracket hangers)
Galerie de Claire offers local production in more than 21 countries thanks to our 100+ production partners. This enables us to support local production and stimulate the local economy.
Fulfilment time: 1-4 days
AU, CA, EU, JP, US, SG: 1-3 days
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Poster only: Shipped in sturdy packaging protecting the poster.
Poster with frame: The frames come pre-packed with corners and film and then packed in a box with strong edges to protect the frames. I-beams are used in addition, to give the package additional sturdiness and for multi-item orders (max 3 frames in one package).
Plexiglass used in frames may also carry a protective film but this is often applied to both the front and the back of the glass. This often has a blue hue to it. These protective films can be mistaken for scratches, bubbles, or a colored cast to a print/glass.