Monet: The Houses of Parliament, Sunset 22'' Canvas Print, Framed

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Specially produced using the highest quality digital imaging, this reproduction of Claude Monet's The Houses of Parliament, Sunset is printed on canvas and framed in gold wood.

This framed print of Claude Monet's The Houses of Parliament, Sunset (1903) is part of our Masterworks collection of reproductions, specially created using the Gallery's finest quality digital imaging. The image was printed to Gallery specifications and the frame was selected for a style appropriate to the period.

Between 1899 and 1901, Monet made three trips to London specifically to paint. From his rooms on the sixth floor of the Savoy Hotel, Monet's view up and down the Thames provided him subject matter for several series pictures. He could see Waterloo Bridge, Charing Cross Bridge, and the Houses of Parliament. In all he completed more than one hundred Thames paintings. Most, like this one, render the city's famous landmarks as darkened silhouettes cloaked in the misty sky. He worked at prescribed times of day to capture this backlit effect, often complaining about the rapidity with which conditions changed.

  • 22 x 19 inches (print), 24 x 21.6 inches (framed)
  • Artist grade canvas with UV topcoat
  • Archival pigment inks
  • Antiqued wood frame with distressed finish
  • Ready to hang
  • More size and finish options available at NGA Custom Prints

Art Style Impressionist
Artist Claude Monet
Art Subject Cityscapes