Adolphe Monet Reading in the Garden (1866) is a relaxing paint by numbers by Claude Monet (French, 1840–1926) that reminds you of a fine sunny morning in a park. With luscious green trees overlooking a wonderful landscape of nature, it’s a lovely addition to any room. The effects of the lighting and shadows make it a very realistic impressionist art that brings happy memories to everyone. You can see how he uses broken colors and rapid brushstrokes to achieve the beautiful structure and tones of the trees, leaves, flowers, and the man reading a newspaper, who was Adolphe Monet, the artist’s father. Claude Monet initiated the Impressionist Style, a radical art movement that aims to create modern art that captures the movement and light of what’s happening right before their eyes.
The finished painting measures 16" x 20"
Easel not included.