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Water-Lilies in Violet 1908. Claude Monet Art Reproduction.

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Description

Water Lilies 1914 in Giverny, by Claude Monet. After he purchased a property at Giverny in 1893, Monet transformed the soft and wet land behind his home into a pond, and he built a Japanese-style wood bridge. The artist produced a series of sensational paintings on water lilies and with many designs that he painted during 1899 to 1900s

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Size

16x16 in, 20x20 in, 24x24 in, 20x20 in + Frame, 24x24 in + Frame

Color

Canvas, Framed (F131), Framed (F85)