The footpath winding through the poppy field at bottom right points the way toward the church tower at Vétheuil, the village northwest of Paris where Monet set up house in 1878. Although the landscape appears continuous, the artist painted this view from an island in the Seine River; the water is obscured by a stand of poplars. Monet depicted the area around Vétheuil extensively during the summer of 1880, creating a remarkably varied array of scenes. The Studio Selection designs were handpicked in collaboration with the world’s foremost visual experts from around the world - made by independent artists and photographers. Posters are printed on top-of-the-range thick 200gsm matte paper which has a matte surface with no glare, for a premium feel.