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Rocks at Belle-Isle, Port-Domois (1886) - EGOAMO POSTERS
Rocks at Belle-Isle, Port-Domois (1886) - room mockup - egoamo posters
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Rocks at Belle-Isle, Port-Domois (1886) by Claude Monet - Art Poster

Regular price R 295.00 Sale

Rocks at Belle-Isle, Port-Domois (1886) by Claude Monet- Art Poster  

This is one of the five paintings that Monet produced of the Port-Domois islands. It is the only one in landscape format, enabling him to give a broader view of the conflict, of the battle between the rocks and the sea. The rocks are laid out to create a feeling of space. In the style of Japanese prints, which had much in common with Impressionist aesthetics, the horizon is placed at the top of the painting, leaving little room for sky. The extraordinary, atmospheric vibration of the sea is rendered through intense colours. Blues, greens and violets run through a sea fringed with white, where the brush strokes are flat and broad, vertical or rounded, like circumflex accents or commas, stormy but controlled. This is a new style of brushwork, very different from Monet's Normandy paintings, and more suited to this awe-inspiring island where everything is beyond Man's control.

Printed onto 200gsm gloss poster paper, this poster is produced using the highest resolution images and quality printing techniques.

Poster Sizes and Information

This poster has white border as seen in the image of the framed mock-ups on the wall. The printed area is therefore:

Maxi Poster - Poster Size 610 x 915mm - Printed area 590 x 895mm

Two Thirds Maxi Poster - Poster Size 406 x 610mm - Printed area 393 x 597mm

Tabloid Poster - Poster Size 305 x 457mm - Printer area 295 x 447mm 

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Delivery

After your order and payment are received, the posters are shipped within 1 to 2 working days. Courier delivery - within 2 to 3 working days of shipping in major centers and within 5 working days of shipping to outlying areas.

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