- Fully restored and ready to print as a canvas or paper Giclée. Our Giclée prints are guaranteed not to fade for 120 years. We use only Lucia Inks from Canon. In addition the canvas and papers we print on are artist grade to insure the longevity of your print. All framing is museum quality.
In the summer of 1867, Monet painted a number of works en plein air at Sainte-Adresse, including the Regatta at Sainte-Adresse (Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York) and the Beach at Sainte-Adresse (Art Institute, Chicago) which form a pair. They are similar in size, and the point of view differs by only a few metres. The pair of paintings juxtaposes the sunny regatta, watched at high tide by well-dressed bourgeois, with an overcast scene at low tide, showing fishing boats hauled onto the beach peopled with sailors and workers.