Monet: Plain at Colombes with white Frost, 1873

Monet's ' Plain at Colombes with white Frost, 1873 ' painted by Sydney artist Peter Inglis. Monet: ' Plain at Colombes with white Frost, 1873.'
Monet's ' Plain at Colombes with white Frost, 1873 ' - My interpretation | original

A hand-painted interpretation of the original by Claude Monet (1840-1926). Painted 2015 at Crows Nest | Acrylic on stretched canvas | 45 x 60 x 3.6 cm

Detail from Monet's ' Plain at Colombes with white Frost, 1873 ' painted by Sydney artist Peter Inglis. Detail from Monet's ' Plain at Colombes with white Frost, 1873 ' painted by Sydney artist Peter Inglis. Detail from Monet's ' Plain at Colombes with white Frost, 1873 ' painted by Sydney artist Peter Inglis. Detail from Monet's ' Plain at Colombes with white Frost, 1873 ' painted by Sydney artist Peter Inglis.
Detail from Monet's ' Plain at Colombes with white Frost, 1873 ' painted by Sydney artist Peter Inglis

Monet: Woman with a Parasol, 1875

Monet's ' Woman with a Parasol, 1875 ' painted by Sydney artist Peter Inglis. Monet: ' Woman with a Parasol, 1875.'
My interpretation | original

"Woman with a Parasol" shows Monet's wife Camille and their son Jean Monet strolling on a windy summer's day.

The work is characterised by light and spontaneous brushwork which captures the sense of movement and light on a breezy and sunny day.

This work is often seen in postcard sized reproductions where most of the detail is lost. It was a fascinating experience for me to paint the work at actual size, where typically of impressionist paintings, sections can look unusual at close range but then resolve into harmony when viewed at a distance.

A hand-painted interpretation of the original by Claude Monet (1840-1926). Painted 2015 at Crows Nest | Acrylic on stretched canvas | 60 x 90 x 1.8 cm

Retail Price: $4900
Wholesale price (straight from my gallery) $ 2450

DETAIL - Monet's ' Woman with a Parasol, 1875 ' painted by Sydney artist Peter Inglis. DETAIL - Monet's ' Woman with a Parasol, 1875 ' painted by Sydney artist Peter Inglis.
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