Culture. Eat it
1 July 2019
A different light for every atmosphere and season, this is what the Haystacks series tells. Claude Monet lives in Giverny and the surrounding countryside soon becomes his kingdom. Dedication to the series, which has twenty-five works, about a year from the harvest in the late summer of 1890 to the first months of 1891. In these paintings, time passes slowly as the rhythm we increasingly seek. Our time has come: the summer.
This painting – from Haystacks series (1891) – was auctioned for 110 million dollars. Today its beauty is exclusive to the eyes of a private collector.
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