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Monet, The Water Lily Pond

Munn Works

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Monet, The Water Lily Pond

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Artist:
Claude Monet (1840-1926)
Materials:
giclée print on canvas
Frame details:
wood/composite
Dimensions:
28" x 17"
Frame finish:
silver

Why We Love This

A fine-art giclée reproduction on canvas of "The Water Lily Pond" (1917-19) by French Impressionist Claude Monet. In 1893, Monet began a vast landscaping project at his home in Giverny, which included lily ponds that would become the subjects of his best-known works. White water lilies local to France were planted along with imported cultivars from South America and Egypt, resulting in a range of colors from yellow to blue to pink. This scenery, with its alternating light and mirror-like reflections, became an integral part of Monet's work--he painted over 250 water lily canvases throughout his career. Custom frame.

About Munn Works

Established in 1955, MunnWorks is known for its superiorly crafted custom-made frames for fine art and mirrors. Its frames hang in the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the de Young Museum in San Francisco, and the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles. The company's own holdings include many important works of art by masters of the 20th century, from Dalí to Matisse.