Monet's Nymphae | Water lilies: Triptych 2

Monet's Nymphae | Water lilies: Triptych 1 | Paint this at Inglis Academy - www.inglisacademy.com | Image © Peter Inglis, 2020
By painting our own interpretations of Monet's Water Lilies we have a great opportunity to develop our control of hard versus soft textures, all in a swirling world of colour.

Monet: Waterlilies, 1919, No.2 \\o// Paint this in just one session at Inglis Academy - www.inglisacademy.com.
Monet: Waterlilies, 1919, No.2 \\o// Paint this in just one session at Inglis Academy - www.inglisacademy.com.
Monet: Waterlilies, 1919, No.2 \\o// Paint this in just one session at Inglis Academy - www.inglisacademy.com.
Monet: Water Lilies 1919, no.2

Monet: Agapanthus Triptych excerpt, 1916 (Water Lilies with Weeping Willows)
Monet: Agapanthus Triptych excerpt, 1916 (Water Lilies with Weeping Willows)

Monet: Waterlilies, 1908, No.3 \\o// Paint this in just one session at Inglis Academy - www.inglisacademy.com.
Waterlilies 1908, no.3 - WORK IN PROGRESS

In the latter period of his life Monet settled on an estate at Giverny. He designed a garden with oriental motifs, flower beds and lily ponds that showcased the colours and textures of flowers.

Monet's Water Lilies (Fr. Nymphae) ran to over 250 paintings. They are very relaxing to paint, and offer a lot of scope for playing with colour and texture.

Monet: Nuages, 1914-1926
For over 3 decades Monet explored the interaction of light and water.