Gardens of the Impressionists

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The Impressionists were known for capturing their subjects in the moment, creating landscapes and scenes of everyday life that act as snapshots of time. Gardens were the perfect source of inspiration for the Impressionists: the vivid colors and unique shapes of the flowers and foliage perfectly complemented the artists’ playful approach to painting. Meticulous attention to color and light, along with their characteristic rapid brushstrokes, allowed these painters to produce masterpieces that encourage us to reimagine how we see the gardens, blossoms, and greenery surrounding us. Four paintings from some of the world’s most respected Impressionists are featured on these cards.

Contains five each of the following notecards: Anna Ancher Flowers in the Ancher Family Garden on Markvej (detail), 1877–1935, Claude Monet, The Artist’s Garden in Argenteuil (A Corner of the Garden with Dahlias) (detail), 1873, Berthe Morisot Hollyhocks (detail), 1884, Gustave Caillebotte Dahlias, Garden at Petit Gennevilliers, 1893.

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