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In 1865 Monet varied the subject in a larger format (90 x 150 cm) and exhibited it in the Salon (Pasadena, CA, Norton Simon Museum, see Daniel Wildenstein: Monet. Catalogue raisonné, 4 vols. (Cologne 1996), vol. II, no. 51). As in another painting from 1864 (55.5 x 82 cm; Rochester, NY, Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester, see Daniel Wildenstein: Monet. Catalogue raisonné, 4 vols. (Cologne 1996), vol. II, no. 37), the lower part of the Côte de Grâce and the lighthouse near the hospice are depicted.

Details

  • Title: The Lighthouse at Honfleur
  • Creator: Claude Monet
  • Creator Lifespan: 1840 – 1926
  • Creator Death Place: Giverny, France
  • Creator Birth Place: Paris, France
  • Date Created: 1864
  • Physical Dimensions: 54 x 81 cm
  • Type: painting
  • External Link: Kunsthaus Zürich, Online Collection
  • Medium: Oil on canvas
  • Art Movement: Impressionism
  • Original title: Le Phare de Honfleur
  • Inventory number: 1968/0004
  • Credit line: Kunsthaus Zürich, Donated by Dr. Adolf Jöhrʼs heirs (President of the Zurich Society of Art 1922-1940), 1975

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