Bathers at La Grenouillère Poster
This poster print features Claude Monet's Bathers at La GrenouillÃ¨re.
This painting depicts a popular boating and bathing establishment with an adjacent floating cafÃ©, on the Seine near Bougival to the west of Paris. In the summer of 1869 Monet was living near La GrenouillÃ¨re with his mistress, Camille, and their son. Working alongside Renoir, he painted sketches of the scene in a very fresh and direct manner, possibly in preparation for a slightly larger canvas, now lost.
About this painting
Bathers at La GrenouillÃ¨re, 1869
Oil on canvas, 73 x 92 cm
© The National Gallery London, Bequeathed by Mrs M.S. Walzer as part of the Richard and Sophie Walzer Bequest, 1979
This poster has a classic white border, the artist's name and the National Gallery logo at the bottom.