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File:Claude Monet - The Water Lilies - Setting Sun - Google Art Project.jpg



Details of artist on Google Art Project
English: Soleil couchant
English: The Water Lilies - Setting Sun
Object type Painting
Date (1914 - 1926)
Dimensions Height: 2,000 mm (78.74 in). Width: 6,000 mm (236.22 in).

Level Ground Floor ( Details of level on Google Art Project)

room The Water Lilies - Room 1 ( Details of room on Google Art Project)
Accession number INV 20103
Object history Donation of Claude Monet, 1922
Notes More info at museum site
Source/Photographer Google Art Project: Home - pic


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