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This image is part of Claude Monet's iconic "Water Lilies" Series, about 250 paintings he painted in his flower garden at Giverny.
The ethereal, beautiful reflections of the water lilies on the water are not only a result of sunlight and hue; instead, they symbolize Monet’s personal artistic reflection on his love for Alice Hoschede. Investigation of Monet’s progression, which focuses on the vast beauty of the reflection of the water lilies in his garden, may illustrate the loving relationship he had with Alice parallels his paintings. Many think that Monet's most famous series shows that these pieces were far more than a simple study of light.
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