After Claude Monet moved to Vétheuil, a small village on the Seine about sixty-five kilometers north of Paris in 1878, the lush landscape of fields and meadows became the focus of his work. In his Vétheuil landscapes, human presence is often only indirectly suggested through motifs such as roads or buildings in the distance that can be vaguely made out. Here, for example, the village's steep church tower shines brightly behind the row of trees.


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