#47 - Waterlilies (1914) by Claude Monet
- Number of Colors: 32
- Stitch Count: 268w X 238h
- Finished Size: 19" x 17" when stitched on 14 count white Aida cloth.
This is Impressionist Claude Monet’s celebrated Waterlilies (1914). The original masterpiece is housed in The Portland Art Museum, but now our adaptation will add exquisite beauty to your home. The gorgeous colors and large size of this authentic reproduction make an impressive centerpiece, where it will inspire the admiration of all who see it. The kit or chart will also be a treasured gift for your favored stitcher.
As perhaps the most beloved of his waterlilies series, this superb picture exemplifies his masterful understanding of the harmony of opposites. This hallmark of Western art captures the exquisite light and color found in the ponds near Monet’s home in Giverny. Fragrant flowers and languid pads contrast with the deep, liquid blues and greens of a tranquil pond, as the fleeting poetry of clouds is alluded to by bright accents of pink and light purple.