A fine-art giclée reproduction of "Wisteria" by French Impressionist Claude Monet, printed on canvas. Monet painted hundreds of works depicting his flower garden and lily pond at Giverny. In 1910, Monet enlarged the pond and built a canopy over the arched, Japanese-style bridge that straddled its narrow western end. The bridge and canopy soon became the supports for white and lilac wisteria imported from China and Japan. This large, broadly painted canvas depicts a garland of wisteria that arcs across the surface as if suspended from the upper framing edge. It is one of nine remaining paintings of wisteria intended to serve as a decorative frieze for Monet's cycle of water lily murals. Custom frame.