The Artist’s House from the Rose Garden (1922 – 1924) by Claude Monet

The Artist's House from the Rose Garden - Claude Monet - 1922 - 1924

Artwork Information

TitleThe Artist's House from the Rose Garden
ArtistClaude Monet
Date1922 - 1924
Dimensions92 x 89 cm
Art MovementImpressionism
Current LocationMusée Marmottan Monet, Paris, France

About The Artist's House from the Rose Garden

“The Artist’s House from the Rose Garden” is a notable work by the French Impressionist painter Claude Monet, created between 1922 and 1924. This oil on canvas masterpiece, measuring 92 cm by 89 cm, encapsulates the essence of the Impressionist movement through its landscape genre. The artwork is famed for its expressive color palette and the artist’s unique brushwork. It is currently housed in the Musée Marmottan Monet in Paris, France, where it continues to enchant visitors with its vibrant depiction of Monet’s own garden.

The artwork features Monet’s garden at Giverny, a subject he painted repetitively, especially in his later years. The picture is characterized by the lively interplay of light and color, rendered through swift brushstrokes that capture the fleeting effects of sunlight on the foliage. Hues of yellows, reds, purples, and greens dominate the canvas, washing together in a manner that simultaneously conveys both the lushness of vegetation and the inherent ephemerality of the garden scene. The composition suggests a secluded intimacy, as if the viewer is glimpsing a private oasis through a wealth of flowers and leaves, which Monet has transformed into a harmonious symphony of color and texture. The sense of a place is conveyed more through color and form than through strict representation, inviting the spectator to experience the garden much as Monet himself might have, basking in its beauty and tranquility.

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