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Featured Claude Monet Print

Traditional Japanese Woodblock snow scene

'Hiroshige Ando (1797-1858) is often considered, along with Hokusai, the greatest Japanese printmaking artist in the 19th century. He is best known for his landscape prints. His use of perspective is known to have influenced Western impressionists such as Van Gogh and Claude Monet. A woodblock print from the Edo period showing two figures walking on a bridge over the water towards a dwelling. One hatted figure carries a bundle over the shoulder, the other carries a parcel. This print forms part of my own private collection of original woodblock prints.'

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Featured Claude Monet Print

Tannhauser au Venusberg (chalk on paper)

5196934 Tannhauser au Venusberg (chalk on paper) by Fantin-Latour, Ignace Henri Jean (1836-1904); Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, UK; ( a framed monochrome drawing on paper, showing: the figure of Tannhauser, dressed in black, seated to the left with a nymph draping herself over his knee; to the right, is the figure of Venus who is being attended to by two nymphs, one of whom plays a pipe; this was probably a drawing made for a book of lithographs featuring work by Fantin Latour, Claude Monet, Alphonse Legros, Theodore Ribot and others; an 1864 oil painting with same title and similar composition, by Fantin-Latour, is in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, USA (object number: 59.62)); French, out of copyright

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Featured Claude Monet Print

Ice Floes, 1893 (oil on canvas)

3472140 Ice Floes, 1893 (oil on canvas) by Monet, Claude (1840-1926); 66x100.3 cm; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA; ( The prolonged freeze and heavy snowfalls in the winter of 1892a??93 inspired Monet to capture their effects on the Seine in a series of paintings for which he chose a vantage point not far from his home in Giverny. The river froze in mid-January but began to thaw on the 23rd ); French, out of copyright

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