Poplars of the Epte 1891 Oil paint on canvas 924 × 737 mm Tate. Presented by the Art Fund 1926
After learning that these poplar trees lining the river Epte were to be felled, Monet bought the trees at auction in order to continue painting them. Part of a series of paintings completed in 1891, his impressionist style captures the trees’ leaves with strong directional brushstrokes.
Paste the Wall
All our murals are butt joined, meaning there’s no need to overlap and trim the excess which allows for quicker & easier installation. All murals will be supplied on a roll, in 50cm wide panels.
All of our Eco-Mural’s are produced using FSC certified paper coming from responsibly managed forests and using renewable energy to print. Made to order means minimal waste is produced! We use water based inks free from harmful chemicals. All delivered to you in our 100% recyclable packaging, made from 100% sustainable sources.
All of our paints are mixed to order and as such are non-returnable. Returns are also not accepted on any wallpaper or paint samples.