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MONET Water Lily Pond 1897 jigsaw puzzle 10x14
MONET Water Lily Pond 1897 jigsaw puzzle 10x14
French Impressionist painter, Claude Monet, painted this "Water Lily Pond 1897" originally as an oil on canvas painting from the inspirations of his own backyard in Giverny, France, around the turn of the 20th Century. A collector of Japanese wood cut prints portraying Japanese gardens, Monet attempted to re-create the magic in his own water pond, much to the dismay of his neighbors who feared he might pollute the river Seine. The lovely picturesque Japanese footbridge over the pond was just such an addition to the landscape by Monet. Never before had an artist set out to create the scenes from nature which he was about to paint. In a sense, he created his art twice. The more paintings he sold, the more his gardens evolved until he eventually employed a staff of seven gardeners to manage his greenhouse and grounds. Vibrant green tones engulf this water lily pond creation complete with flowers in full bloom and a Japanese footbridge.
SPECIAL NOTE: 8x10 available w/ tin in a different posting. We locked this design to prevent errors in photo alignment between the two sizes: hope you understand !
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MONET Water Lily Pond 1897 jigsaw puzzle 10x14
French Impressionist painter, Claude Monet, painted this "Water Lily Pond 1897" originally as an oil on canvas painting from the inspirations of his own backyard in Giverny, France, around the turn of the 20th Century. A collector of Japanese wood cut prints portraying Japanese gardens, Monet attempted to re-create the magic in his own water pond, much to the dismay of his neighbors who feared he might pollute the river Seine. The lovely picturesque Japanese footbridge over the pond was just such an addition to the landscape by Monet. Never before had an artist set out to create the scenes from nature which he was about to paint. In a sense, he created his art twice. The more paintings he sold, the more his gardens evolved until he eventually employed a staff of seven gardeners to manage his greenhouse and grounds. Vibrant green tones engulf this water lily pond creation complete with flowers in full bloom and a Japanese footbridge.
SPECIAL NOTE: 8x10 available w/ tin in a different posting. We locked this design to prevent errors in photo alignment between the two sizes: hope you understand !
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Made on: 4/1/2012 8:05 PM
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