Argenteuil Basin with a Single Sailboat Art Print
The pretty town of Argenteuil can be just glimpsed on the horizon. In the 19th century it was a popular destination for Sunday trips and pleasure boating, being on the banks of the river Seine, and on the train line between Paris and Rouen. Monet acquired a boat in Argenteuil, fitting it out as a floating studio, in which he worked rapidly to capture the fleeting effects of light as it reflects on the water's surface.
National Gallery of Ireland Art Prints are the perfect way to have your own masterpiece. Printed on high quality 240gsm Satin paper using Epson Ultrachrome Archival inks, each print have a stated light fastness and image permanence of up to, at least 75 years. In order to preserve the image and prevent unnecessary fading, the print should not be exposed to direct sunlight and its UV rays.
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