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Working outside, Monet painted simple landscapes and scenes of contemporary middle-class society by capturing the transient effects of natural light. In Monet's The Lunch, the peacefulness of the setting with splashes of vermilion flowers contrast with the languid characters cast about the luncheon table; a parasol rests on the bench.
Generally regarded as the leader of the Impressionist school, Monet had achieved significant recognition and financial security by the mid-1880s. Recognized as a master of meticulous observation in spite of his bold use of color and the extreme simplicity of his compositions, he effectively sacrificed neither the true complexities of nature nor the intensity of his own feelings.
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Approximately 4 inches wide, the clean lines of the Merlot frame direct the eye to the focal point of the art. The stunning color of the frame, similar to a rich merlot wine, works with any home decor. Unlike the starkness of black, Merlot adds a richness designed to work with any furniture style. Merlot frame includes a sculpted linen liner.
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The Lunch Framed Canvas- Monet