Nymphéas

Also known as Water Lillies.

Year: 1889Artist: Categories: ,

Nymphéas (or Water Lillies) is a series of about 250 individual oil paintings about the flowers in his garden pond by French Impressionist, Claude Monet. The series of garden-based images was created between the early 1800s and Monet’s death in 1926.

Until recently, Agapanthus formed part of the Water Lillies collection.

 

Click to view Brücke in Monets Garten by Claude Monet.

More work by Claude Monet