This work of art reveals Monet as a master of colours and light and an admirer of female grace. He depicted his charming step-daughter Suzanne Hoschedé in a white two-piece dress with a parasol, she is out and about on a walk on a wonderful summer’s day, flirtatiously protecting her skin from the radiating sun with her parasol.
He was so fond of this picture that he was not willing to give it away during his lifetime. One year after his death, it was bought by the Louvre. Ever since, it has been in the Musée d'Orsay’s portfolio in Paris.
No mixing required water-based acrylic paints, a fine detail paint brush and a control template with detailed instructions for successful results.
A bit about the brand: With the Painting-by-Number method, everybody can paint beautiful pictures, by simply painting all numbered surfaces with colours of the corresponding number. Schipper provide excellent quality kits for people of all experiences, and their special paint system means no more mixing colours!
See all the Schipper range ›
We offer a 100% Money Back Guarantee* on our returns. This however is only available for UK mainland customers.
This may also exclude additional delivery charges that were made to send to you initially.
Saver Delivery - £2.95 on UK orders below £30
In need of your delivery fast?
We offer a 1-2 day service! Once the items have been dispatched through our service provider your item will take 1-2 working days to arrive.
Please see terms and conditions ›