Woman in a Garden, Sainte-Adresse, (Jeanne-Marguerite Lecadre in the Garden), 1867

By Claude Monet, French, 1840-1926


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Claude Monet (1840-1926)
Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia
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Painting description

"Woman in a Garden, Sainte-Adresse" or "Jeanne-Marguerite Lecadre in the Garden Sainte-Adresse" was painted by Claude Monet in 1867.

"The sunlight which floods the paintings of the Impressionists - who did most of their painting out of doors, directly from nature - here plays the central role. Monet spent his childhood in Le Havre, which he periodically visited. The Le Coteaux estate at Sainte-Adresse near Le Havre belonged to Monet's cousin, Paul-Eugene Lecadre. Settling here in the summer of 1867, the artist painted several landscapes in the garden of the estate, of which "Woman in the Garden" is of central importance.

Dressed in the fashion of the day, the figure of a lady was posed by Lecadre's wife. This lonely silhouette introduces an elegaic, sorrowful note into the painting whilst the bright, light area of the dress plays in important role in the balancing the composition and in demonstrating the interrelationship of light and colour." - www.monetalia.com.

Oscar-Claude Monet is famous French painter who was one of the founders of the Impressionism movement which had been called after his painting Impression, Sunrise, along with his friends Renoir, Sisley and Bazille.