OIL PAINTING: Irises in Monet's Garden , 1900
We could say for Monet's garden, that it was planted in light of paintings not yet painted, and paintings took on a kind of audacity in light of the fact that they were responding to a garden that had already been organized. So you get this kind of reciprocal relationship between gardening and painting," . "Monet ranged more widely with his technical experimentation than when he was facing the chaos of what we may call raw nature. In this way, the garden was more than a subject, but it was a site for a specific way of seeing and, finally, a specific way of painting."
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