Claude Monet

1870年以后,莫奈放弃了早期的大型绘画。但也有一些例外:如1876年作为 “装饰板 “在第二届印象派画展上展出的《午餐》,以及1876-1877年他为欧内斯特-霍斯谢制作的作为蒙热隆罗腾堡城堡装饰的画作。
“Le déjeuner”: panneau decoratif [午餐:装饰板] 。
油画 高160; 宽201

Claude Monet
After 1870, Monet gave up the large-scale paintings of his early days. However, there were some exceptions: these are The Lunch exhibited in the second Impressionist exhibition of 1876 as a “decorative panel” and the paintings he produced in 1876-1877 for Ernest Hoschedé as decorations for the château de Rottenbourg in Montgeron.
“Le déjeuner”: panneau decoratif [The Lunch: decorative panel]
Circa 1873
oil on canvas H. 160; W. 201
-Grand Palais-Musee d’Orsay in Paris
The charm of the subject lies above all in the impression of spontaneity, in the simple evocation of family life, some traces of which remain. The table has not been cleared at the end of a meal. A hat, hanging on the branch of a tree, a bag, and a parasol left on the bench seems to have been forgotten there. In the cool shade of the green foliage, little Jean Monet quietly plays with a few pieces of wood.

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