It was a circle, that swore it was a square.
It would sit in a line, thinking it aligned just right: sides must all be the same. 30 more words
Claude Monet (1840-1926)
Musée de L’Orangerie, Paris.
“Water Lilies”, 1918.
Offered to the French State by the painter Claude Monet on the day that followed the Armistice of November 11, 1918 as a symbol for peace, the “Water Lilies” are installed according to plan at the Orangerie Museum in 1927, a few months after his death.