In a recent trip through the basements of France, Roadkill Pancake made an amazing find: a series of paintings Monet created during the winter of 1885. These newly discovered paintings are aptly named “Snowy Night in Norway” and come from his White Period.
We are now offering these beautiful paintings, starting with “Snowy Night in Norway #1.” The work features a Norwegian field in the middle of January during a heavy snowfall. In the distance stands a solitary Arctic Fox, seemingly at peace with his surroundings.
“Snowy Night in Norway” shows Monet’s careful use of both color and texture, as well as his obsessive attention to the interplay of shadow and light.
You can now become the proud owner of one of Monet’s lost works and hang this on your hard drive or display it as your wallpaper for everyone in the office to see.