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"Bridging the Gap"
A girl admires Claude Monet's painting, Charing Cross Bridge, Fog, 1902, at the Art Gallery of Ontario.
Monet was captivated by the London Fog, a notable atmospheric effect made markedly worse by the heavy pollution of the Industrial Revolution.
Between 1899 and 1905, Monet traveled to London and captured this view of the River Thames a staggering 37 times from the balcony of his favorite suite at the Savoy Hotel.
Oil on Hardboard
9 x 12 Inches
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