Chrysanthemums, Claude Monet, one thousand eight hundred seventy eight – description of the painting

The attentive eye of the master, it seemed, could not only notice the charm of the surrounding world, but also recreate it on the canvas in such a way that this unsteady beauty was clear to everyone. The painting “Chrysanthemums”, painted in one thousand eight hundred and seventy-eight years, was one of these observations. The viewer, who until this day has never admired these flowers, will no longer be able to pass by the chrysanthemums indifferently, having seen at least once a beautiful picture of Claude Monet. The master’s technique is so filigree that the petals of flowers painted with small strokes take on volume.

Description of the picture:

Chrysanthemums – Claude Monet. 1878. Oil on canvas. 54×65 cmThroughout the course of Claude Monet’s life, nature more often than anything else became the protagonist of the work of the great painter.

The fragile delicate motley of chrysanthemums is so attractive and real that I want to reach out to touch the flowers.
Looking closely, you can see that each flower is unique, that is, it does not have similarities with its own kind in a basket.