The Red Roofs or Corner of a Village Winter
This gallery-wrapped giclee print features a landscape scene by renowned Impressionist, Claude Monet. Monet was truly the father of Impressionism. This style developed out of the theory that the human eye only sees fleeting moments and movements in nature and the mind later rationalizes this information and makes it into defined shapes and colors. Monet, among other Impressionists, wanted to capture the raw truth of what the human eye sees. His many paintings in this style are known throughout the world and are hanging in the most prestigious museums and collections.