Apple Trees near Vetheuil Notecard
The term Impressionism is derived from an early work of the artist Claude Monet. It is no wonder then how he has come to represent the movement as a whole for many. In this scene Monet captures the bright red apples that immediately draw the eye, while his longer brush strokes create the gently sloping hills in the background.
Claude Monet, Pommiers près de Vétheuil (Apple Trees near Vétheuil, 1878, On loan from the Jackson T. Stephens Charitable Trust for Art. Photography by Edward C. Robison III.
5 x 7 inches