Viewing Claude Monet, Waterloo- Bridge (1902), and Edgar Degas' sculpture
"Monet’s painting of 1902 depicts the bridge as hardly visible in the dense London fog, a splash of pink late afternoon sunlight illuminating the Thames before it. Monet painted London in the winter specifically to capture the visual effects of the city’s polluted air." In the background of the painting we see the smoking chimneys.
|camera||Canon PowerShot SX260 HS|
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