French painter Henri-Edmond Cross (1856–1910) influenced the young French painters of the early 1900s with his bright colors and exuberant style. This watercolor painting of his garden in the south of France uses the white space between brush strokes to intensify the Provençal color pallet and capture the local quality of light.
Gallery-quality art print on 210 g Hahnemühle Studio matte paper.
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