Tulip Fields with the Rijnsburg Windmill - Claude Monet

Tulip Fields with the Rijnsburg Windmill - Claude Monet

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In the spring of 1886 Monet spent a few days painting in Holland, delighting in the vast fields of tulips that stretched as far as the eye could see. Fields of flowers were not a new motif for the artist, but he had never had the opportunity to paint two such opposing elements - that of the natural tulip grown in regimented, man-made format. These fields of tulips, split into different colors that formed geometric bands of solid contrasting color across the flat landscape, were an ideal subject for Monet. Furthermore, the fields were frequently bordered by ribbon-like canals, in whose waters the brilliant colors of the tulips were sharply reflected.

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