The sunflowers harvested for this lush bouquet grew flanking the steps that led down to Monets garden at Vétheuil. He exhibited this painting, now in the Museums collection, in 1882 at the Seventh Impressionist Exhibition, where the brio and daring of his technique elicited the critics admiration.
Claude Monets (French, 18401926) Bouquet of Sunflowers (1881), in the Museums collection, was exhibited at the Seventh Impressionist Exhibition in 1882 and hailed for its “brio and daring”. The flowers in this lush bouquet were grown near the steps to his garden at Vétheuil. A detail from his exhuberant work adorns our top. Polyester/Spandex. Slim fit. Cap sleeves. Made in the USA. Machine washable.
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