The painting “Water Lilies” is an oil painting created by the painter Claude Monet in 1916. Existing at the National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo, Japan.
In this “Water Lilies” series of oil paintings, Monet focuses on the endless appearance of the same subject under different light and air. Because the oil paint depicts not the object itself, but the process of the artist’s observation.
This late water lily work, the size of a mural, creates another decorative effect, and also has a natural mysticism atmosphere.