|Paper, Pastel, Pencil|
|No frame, Black, White, Natural, Other frames|
|17 × 2 × 24 cm|
Collage, oil sticks, tempera and pencil on cardboard.
What keeps my heart awake is colorful silence.
Few know that the painter Monet was close to spend 7 years of his life in Algeria, doing military service.
He should have done 7 years there, but falling ill with typhoid fever a year after he arrived prevented him from ending the full military time.
He commented in 1900 during an interview for “Le Temps”:
“The light and vivid colors of North Africa contained the germ of my future researches”.
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|Dimensions||17 × 2 × 24 cm|