Rue Montorgueil, Paris, Festival of June 30, 1878 by Claude Monet
Oil reproduction on canvas of “Rue Montorgueil, Paris, Festival of June 30, 1878”, a typically impressionist work that Monet painted in 1878. The painting depicts Montorgueil Street on the day of the French national holiday.
On July 14, Monet went through the center of Paris looking for inspiration and some reason to paint, and found Montorgueil street full of people and waving flags from balconies. He asked permission to paint from a balcony and began to paint.
He made a very special work, with a very symmetrical composition, the street in the center and the buildings with flags on both sides, and chromatically very intense, we like this work.
The original is in the “Musée d’Orsay” in Paris.
It measures 102.5 x 71.5 cm.
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