Truly one of Claude Monet’s most meaningful pieces is Poppy Field (1873). It shows a beautiful landscape of a field full of vibrant poppies under a bright day with clear blue skies of what seems to be in the countryside. In Claude Monet's paint by numbers, you will also see a woman and a child – Monet's wife Camille and their son Jean – walking through the field of green grass. In the foreground, you'll find another woman lowering her umbrella. The vibrant flowers spread across the field and trees gracing on the background with a single red-roofed house and the gradient of colors in the painting gives a realistic yet a sense of abstraction to this visual impression. This late summer 19th century scenery in the French Normandy produces a feeling of languishing afternoons and easy happiness.
The finished painting measures 15" x 20"
Easel not included.