NGA Impressionist Domed Magnet Set

About the Movement

Excluded from annual Académie des Beaux-Arts exhibitions and disregarded by the press, a group of artists in 1860s Paris began an artistic revolution. Foregoing the historical and mythological scenes favored by the Académie, the impressionists painted plein-air landscapes and views of common people engaged in everyday life. Their colors and brushstrokes ran unbridled, intimately capturing the ever-changing play of light and candid human emotion.

NGA Impressionist Domed Magnet Set

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The National Gallery of Art is home to many beloved impressionist paintings that showcase the loose brushstrokes and variations of light that defined this style. Six such works are the source for these magnet designs, including Claude Monet's The Artist's Garden in Argenteuil (1873), The Artist's Garden at Vétheuil (1880), The Japanese Footbridge (1899), and Palazzo da Mula, Venice (1908), and Vincent van Gogh's Green Wheat Fields, Auvers (1890) and Roses (1890).

  • Set of 6
  • Glass
  • 1.5 inches
  • Gift boxed; 5.67 x 5.75 x 1.75 inches


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