Boulevard des Capucines by Monet
Oil reproduction of “Boulevard des Capucines”, an urban landscape painted by Claude Monet in 1873. Monet and other impressionists were impressed by the great boulevards of Paris, the life they had, and the speed at which they lived.
It reminds us of the famous paintings of the boulevards of Pissarro, although it would be more correct to say that those of Pissarro are reminiscent of this one of Monet since they are of later creation.
They resemble each other by their pastel tones, and the imprecise shapes of the characters created by two or three brushstrokes. Speaking of brushstrokes, to the right of the work, on the middle of the canvas, there are two black spots, two people leaning out of a balcony.
The work is housed in the “Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art” in Kansas City, Missouri, USA.
It measures 80 x 60 cm.
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