Often times, modern art interpretation of the real world is very much skewed to a certain degree to express the unique emotion and circumstances of the artist, especially in the case of impressionism.
Investigating the art work of Claude Monet, this project reconfigure research from journals, correspondents, maps and city plans into industrial blueprints that reconstruct the scenes within Monet's paintings, revealing the structural truth. At the same time, this piece also incorporates the imaginative scene on the opposite side of the canvas, revealing the painter himself, through 360 panorama.
La gare Saint-Lazare   Claude Monet (1877)
Impression, Sunrise   Claude Monet (1872)
Vétheuil   Claude Monet (1872)

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