Japanese Footbridge and the Water Lily Pool, Giverny 1899
"Japanese Footbridge and the Water Lily Pool, Giverny" is a painting created by the French artist Claude Monet in 1899. It is part of his iconic Water Lilies series, which he worked on extensively during his later years.
In this particular painting, Monet depicts a view of the famous Japanese footbridge that spanned over the water lily pond in his garden at Giverny, France. The composition focuses on the bridge, which is covered in lush greenery and adorned with colorful flowers. The bridge acts as a visual anchor, drawing the viewer's gaze towards the tranquil water lily pond, which dominates the lower half of the canvas.
Our archival pigment print is crafted using wide-gamut archival pigment inks on 100% cotton acid-free fine art paper, and is then expertly framed with an elegant black stained ash-wood moulding. Each reproduction comes ready to hang, complete with a certificate of authenticity.
All frames feature:
• Cast acrylic to protect our prints from light damage. A high-quality material, it offers many benefits: including 91% optical clarity and 90% UV protection. As it is shatter-resistant, it is much safer than glass in your home or workplace.
• Sealed paper backing to prevent dust infiltration
• Wire on the back of the frame for effortless hanging
• A supplied hanging kit for your convenience