By depicting the Venetian Palazzo Contarini in a cropped frontal view, Claude Monet reduced the façade to an ornamental surface. The reflection of the palace in the water is also limited to several dark areas. As in his contemporaneous water-lily pictures, he composed the painting using a single color and its nuances.


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