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Garden Variety, oil on panel. A woman at the MOMA in NYC admires Claude Monet's painting Agapanthus.  Monet was always on the lookout for new and exotic flowers for his legendary garden at Giverney.  The flowers seen in the painting are Agapanthus - a thin, wispy lily plant native to Africa.  He planted these along the banks of his water-lily pond.

"Garden Variety"

A woman at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City admires Claude Monet's painting Agapanthus.  Monet was always on the lookout for new and exotic flowers for his legendary garden at Giverney.  The flowers seen in the painting are Agapanthus - a thin, wispy lily plant native to Africa.  He planted these along the banks of his water-lily pond.  Monet worked on this painting off and on from 1914 to the year of his death in 1926.

Oil on Birch Panel

24 x 18 Inches

2018

Available for Purchase