The Seine at Lavacourt
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This painting represents conventional rules in the art - a strong horizontal axis with a triangular centre made up of the trees and their reflection in the water. This composition investes the picture with a calm and refined order. The final studio canvas was probably produced after a preliminary outdoor sketch. Monet painted many scenes in the area of Lavacourt.
Owner/Location: Dallas Museum of Art  (United States - Dallas, Texas)
Dates: 1880
Artist age:Approximately 40 years old.
Dimensions: Height: 98.4 cm (38.74 in.), Width: 149 cm (58.66 in.)
Medium: Painting - oil on canvas
Entered by: Member rocsdad on 12 January 2003.
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