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File:Claude Monet Houses of Parliament.jpg


Français : Londres. Le Parlement. Reflets sur la Tamise
English: London. Parliament. Reflections on the Thames
Date 1905
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions 81.5 × 92 cm (32.1 × 36.2 in)
Accession number 5007

Catalogue raisonné:

  • W1606: Wildenstein (1974) Catalogue raisonné Claude Monet, no. 1606
Musée Marmottan Monet: Dossier de Presse – Juillet 2010, p. 19
Source/Photographer From Artbook: Grace Seiberling: Monet in London, Exh.-Cat. High Museum of Art, Atlanta, p. 71.


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