About Claude Monet’s Water Lilies And Japanese Bridge
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Claude Monet painted this work in Giverny, France in 1899.
This is part of a series of 12 works made by Monet of the bridge in his garden. The pieces feature Monet’s landscaping project, which turned a swamp into a lily pond.
Monet was greatly influenced by Japanese art.
Today this masterpiece hangs in the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC.
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About The Monet Japanese Bridge Print
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About The Artist
Oscar-Claude Monet was a French artist. He was one of the founders of the French Impressionist movement. Impressionism emphasizes accurate depictions of light, ordinary subject matter, and movement. This style doesn't seek to create an impression of real life, but rather how life appears to the artist. Monet lived from 1840-1926. He is famous for landscaping projects that he documented with his artwork. Shop our Monet Prints Collection.