Poplars on the Epte (Les Peupliers au bord de l'Epte)


Tate: Presented by the Art Fund 1926

Object Light exhibition highlights On display

Poplars on the Epte is one of 23 pictures depicting a row of tall trees lining the sinuous River Epte. While others in the series show signs of extensive reworking, this looser version was Monet’s favourite.

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Previously on display

13 November 2022

ACMI: Gallery 4



Claude Monet

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Light Impressions


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Light → Light Impressions


924 x 737 mm

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Oil paint on canvas

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