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Amanti Art Claude Monet "Water-Lily Pond, 1899 (Blue)" Framed Art, 18 1/4" x 18 1/4"

Item #: 966028 | Model #: DSW113978
Amanti Art Claude Monet "Water-Lily Pond, 1899 (Blue)" Framed Art, 18 1/4" x 18 1/4"
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Amanti Art 18 1/4" x 18 1/4" "Water Lily Pond, 1899 (blue)" Framed art by Claude Monet features baker's white/mist mat to enhance the artwork and has 1 1/2" fluted black wooden frame.

Amanti Art "Water Lily Pond, 1899 (blue)" Framed art by Claude Monet uses fade-resistant, long-lasting ink on dry mounted lithographic paper. Print is made of durable gallery-quality acrylic glazing with hanging wire for easy furnishing.

  • Artist: Claude Monet
  • Size: 18 1/4"(H) x 18 1/4"(W) frame, 11 1/2"(H) x 11 1/2"(W) image
  • Material: Wood and acrylic glazing
  • Title: "Water Lily Pond, 1899 (blue)"
  • Frame: Black with romanesque detail
  • Frame thickness: 1 1/2"
  • Mat: Baker's white/mist
  • Format: Square
  • Style: Contemporary
  • Framed art subject: Nature, scenic, contemporary
  • Application: Indoor, residential
  • Claude monet, the great master of impressionism, paints the water lily pond, across the road from his home in giverny
  • Monet lavished the canvas with a mystic riot of color and tones, showing a vast mixture of flowers, broken only by the traditional arched japanese bridge, where he painted every day for 20 years
  • Long-lasting, fade resistant ink on high quality lithographic paper, paper is dry mounted to prevent rippling, ready to hang, comes with a hanging wire for easy installation
  • Custom framed by designers, this piece features both frame and mat selections that have been hand chosen to enhance the artwork
  • Water lily pond, and particularly the japanese bridge, created a private reverie for monet that he didn't find in city life