Although ice drifts on a large river often reflect the immense force of nature, Claude Monet showed them here, in delicately shaded colors, as a quiet moment. The juxtaposition of the reflection of the trees on the smooth surface of the Seine with the small ice floes seems to anticipate the water-lily pictures that would define Monet’s late oeuvre.


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