Metropolitan Museum of Art, Monet Garden at Argenteuil Oblong Silk Scarf
This scarf presents a detail of Camille Monet in the Garden at Argenteuil in The Met collection, which was painted in 1876 by Claude Monet (French, 1840–1926). Central to the painting's composition is a stand of dazzling hollyhocks, framed by this scarf's design.
About this Scarf Design
The artist's Impressionist technique evokes the effect of shimmering light. Monet painted a related group of works in the summer of 1876.