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This coastal giclée on canvas is sure to add an interesting touch to any vignette! Manet summered at Gennevilliers in 1874, often spending time with Monet and Renoir across the Seine at Argenteuil, where Boating was painted. Beyond adopting the lighter touch and palette of his younger Impressionist colleagues, Manet exploits the broad planes of color and strong diagonals of Japanese prints to give inimitable form to this scene of outdoor leisure. Shown in the Salon of 1879, Boating was deemed “the last word in painting” by the artist Mary Cassatt, who recommended the acquisition to the New York collectors Louisine and H. O. Havemeyer. Add this oversized classic to your collection!

  • Size: 33.5" wide x 27.5" height
  • Medium: canvas
  • Specialty: giclée on canvas
  • Treatment: mounted to hardboard, artist enhanced, framed without glass
  • Frame: distressed black with antique gold
  • Content: coastal figures
  • Artist: Édouard Manet (French, 1832–1883)
  • This piece of art is custom made-to-order, and includes a 6-8 week lead time
This item ships within 6-8 weeks.