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The Grand Canal, Venice

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It was painted in 1908 as one of the Grand Canal Series, Venice.
The city of Venice was "too beautiful to be painted" and virtually "unrenderable." Nonetheless, Monet set to work on a group of paintings that expanded his traditional interest in seriality - the practice of painting the same motif at different times of the day.


Claude Monet (1840-1926) was a founder of French impressionist painting. Monet was reluctant but finally intrigued by Mary Young Hunter, an American friend of his second wife, Alice. He visited at the Palazzo Barbaro in Venice with his wife and created a series of painting on this trip.

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