One early morning in 1872, Claude Monet decided to dedicate himself to a painting session in his Impressionist style. He chose the port of Le Havre as a symbol of a theme close to his heart, the Industrial Revolution of the 19th century. The soft red and orange of the sunrise pulls this port in north France out of its greyness. You can imagine the gloomy atmosphere giving way to the rays of the sun as time passed. The champion of Impressionism plays with colours and the reflections in the water to give us this picture that will add an artistic touch to your walls!