staring hopelessly at an unknown object out of frame,this painting can show the impression of the women having some sort of vision, memory, or wish of what she wants to do, has done, or regrets doing.
viewed as a servant or slave, the black man seems as if he does not want to be where he is. while the women seems ruthless, confident, dominant.
families walking through, seems as if they are looking for something that is clearly visible in the background and would seem hard to get to due to the forest.
true dedication by Claude Monet to draw this painting in the rain near shore, and a clear representation of cliffs and a well placed smear to show the affect of fog.
made to make the viewer have second thoughts on how women were treated during these times, both women seem scared, and who ever had drawn this, drew it for their own pleasure.
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Fundación Banco Santander
The J. Paul Getty Museum
The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Norway
Musée d’Orsay, Paris
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