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Mist Over Point Lobos c. 1915 by Guy Rose
Mist Over Point Lobos c. 1915, 28.5" x 24" o/c

From 1904 to 1912, Guy Rose, and his wife Ethel, also a successful artist, lived as neighbors to Claude Monet in the little village of Giverny, France. Rose’s friendship with Monet is clearly seen in the striking similarity of each artists’ work. Rose adopted Monet's technique of creating several unique views of the same scene by painting them at a different time of day or season.

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