“ELLA DIBELLA IN GIVERNY”
BY CLAWDE MONET
It is not widely known that Clawde Monet suffered from horrific visions at his hidden recess in the Scottish highlands. Here, he depicts a terrifying view of the beast known as "Ella" breaking through the surface. Monet's experience at Loch N'Ella is widely believed to have precipitated the artist's descent into a genre comprised solely of idyllic lilies.
Ella DiBella in Giverny
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