Work Record Linked to Geography Authority [Figure 25]

Work Record

Class [controlled] paintings • European art
*Work Type [link] painting
*Title Wheatstacks, Snow Effect, Morning | Title Type: preferred
*Creator display Claude Monet (French, 1840-1926)
*Role [link]: painter | [link]: Monet, Claude
*Creation Date 1891
[controlled]: Earliest: 1891; Latest: 1891
*Subject [links to authorities] landscape • Giverny (Haute-Normandie, France) • wheatstacks • field • snow • light
Style [link] Impressionist
*Current Location [link] J. Paul Getty Museum (Los Angeles, California, United States) | ID:95.PA.63
Creation Location [link] Giverny (Haute-Normandie, France)
*Measurements 65 x 100 cm (25 1/2 x 39 1/4 inches)
[controlled]: Value: 65; Unit: cm; Type: height |
Value: 100; Unit: cm; Type: width
*Materials and Techniques oil on canvas
Material [link]: oil paint • canvas
Description In May 1891, Monet began his first series, using wheatstacks just outside his garden at Giverny, producing 30 canvases depicting
wheatstacks in various conditions of light and weather.
 

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Personal and Corporate Name Authority Record

*Name J. Paul Getty Museum (preferred)
*Display Biography American museum, established 1953
*Nationality [controlled] American
*[controlled]: Start: 1953; End: 9999
*Role [controlled] museum
*Location [link to authority] Los Angeles (California, United States)
 

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Geographic Place Authority Record

*Names Giverny (preferred)
Warnacum (historical)
*Hierarchical position [link] .... Europe (continent)
........ France (nation)
............ Haute-Normandie (region)
................ Eure (department)
.................... Giverny (inhabited place)
*Place Type [controlled] inhabited place
Coordinates [controlled] Lat: 49 04 00 N degrees minutes
Long: 001 32 00 E degrees minutes
(Lat: 49.0667 decimal degrees)
(Long: 1.5333 decimal degrees)
Note Located on the right bank of the River Seine, at its confluence
with one of the two branches of the River Epte.
Settlement was ancient, artifacts discovered here include a
neolithic monument and Gallo-Roman graves ...
*Source [link] Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names (1988-).
 

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Geographic Place Authority Record

*Names Los Angeles (preferred)
L.A.
Pueblo de Nuestra Señora la Reina de los Angeles de
Porciuncula (historical
*Hierarchical position [link] North and Central America (continent)
........ United States (nation)
............ California (state)
.................. Los Angeles County (county)
....................... Los Angeles (inhabited place)
*Place Type [controlled] inhabited place
Dates settled by Spanish expedition headed by Gaspar de
Portolá in search of mission sites, on August 2, 1769;
founded in 1781
[controlled]: Start: 1769; End: 9999
Coordinates [controlled] Lat: 34 03 00 N degrees minutes
Long: 118 14 00 W degrees minutes
(Lat: 34.0500 decimal degrees)
(Long: -118.2333 decimal degrees)
Note State's largest city; expanded rapidly in late 19th and early 20th centuries due to cattle ranching, railroads, and motion-picture industry ...
*Source [link] Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names (1988-).
 

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CREDIT: The J. Paul Getty Museum (Los Angeles, California), Wheatstacks,
Snow Effect, Morning, (Meules, Effet de Neige, Le Matin)
1891; Claude Monet (French, 1840-1926); oil on canvas, 65 x 100
cm (25 1/2 x 39 1/4 inches); 95.PA.63. © The J. Paul Getty Trust.