Water Lilies by Claude Monet
In the previous year, Claude Monet had purchased a strip of land and had expanded his water garden. The enlarged surface of his pond allowed him to explore in greater depth the two motifs that had always intrigued him: water and the action of light on its surface, as featured in his 1903 painting, Water Lilies.
Waterloo Bridge, London, at Sunset by Claude Monet is part of a series where Monet honed his focus to the subtle light changes on a single subject. Click to the next section to see Monet's Waterloo Bridge, London, at Sunset.