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This cushion features Claude Monet's painting, 'The Thames below Westminster'. The picture is digitally translated onto cotton, backed with a linen weave and finished off with grey velvet piping. We have a unique licence with the National Gallery in London to enable us to reproduce some of the most famous paintings in the world on our cushions. Cushion pad included.
|Product Height:||35 (cm)|
|Product Width:||55 (cm)|
|Size:||55cm x 35cm|
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The Thames below Westminster is one of the works produced by Monet when he moved to London during the Franco-Prussian War (1870-1). Here he shows the haunting atmosphere of the capital on a misty day, with the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Bridge in the background. An evocation of industrialisation, typically themed amongst the Impressionists, is seen with the billowing smoke of the boats on the Thames. This is contrasted with the jetty in the foreground casting broken shadows on the river, and the dappled foliage of the trees on the Embankment to the right.