With a simple horizontal arrangement of landscape and sky, Claude Monet composed a picture space that accentuates the groups of poplars. He painted the surfaces with nuanced brushwork. Fine gradations of color, sophisticated inner structures, and the play of the cirrus clouds add a sense of exuberance to the overall static concept. As is so often the case in Monet’s paintings, a path in the foreground serves to direct the gaze in the composition.


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