Like many painters, Claude Monet was captivated by Venice. During a ten-week stay in 1908 he completed thirty-seven pictures, the last series that was created outside of his garden in Giverny. Monet was interested in the instantaneous juxtapositions of multicolored buildings, bridges, and shimmering surfaces of water.


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