Hauling the Boats cross stitch captures a sunrise scene, originally painted in 1864 by Impressionist master Claude Monet. ‘Hauling a Boat Ashore, Honfleur’ is currently held at the University of Rochester in New York.
We’ve done our best to recreate the painting’s stunning detail — gentle ocean rolls, men hard at work, morning violet-gold tones. But it does take 110 DMC colours and 58,500 to capture all that fine detail. Are you up for the challenge?
Your download pack includes a number of charts including:
- Colour charts (best for devices)
- Black and white charts (best for printing)
- Pattern Keeper chart (verified and tested in the App)
- Full artist’s insignia in cross stitch and a couple of backstitches.
Claude Monet is one of the world’s most famous painters and produced an enormous body of work during his lifetime. Despite spending much of his painting career in abject poverty, Monet is a testament to the power of perseverance and commitment to craft.
We have charted some of his seascapes and florals into counted cross stitch patterns. If you’re a fan of Monet, you can check out our dedicated section here in the store.