In the autumn of 1899 Monet returned to London to paint 'a series of London fogs' and 'some effects of mist on the Thames'. Monet stayed at the Savog hotel on the fifth floor overlooking the Thames. Monet concentrated solely on depicting Charing Cross and Waterloo bridges. If not for the fog, Claude Monet once remarked, "London wouldn't be a beautiful city. It's the fog that gives it its magnificent breadth."
Dimensions: 16.5"W × 14"H