Tie: Monet Studio Boat
This Barnes exclusive necktie features a detail from Claude Monet's Studio Boat, on view in Room 9 of the Barnes Foundation.
Between 1871 and 1878, Claude Monet lived in Argenteuil, a town on the Seine about 8 miles (13 kilometers) from Paris. He had a small studio built on a boat so that he could paint from the water. Monet was fascinated by the changes in the quality of light and its reflection off water. He made many studies of the Seine in all seasons and times of day.
100% silk, measures 3.5" at widest point.