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Water Liles with Japanese Footbridge, Green Harmony 1899.Claude Monet.

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Framed (F85)
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Framed (F131)
Description

Painted in Monet's garden at Giverny began 1893, a curved bridge was built in 1895 at his pond. He painted the Japanese style bridge and the lillies in green instead of reddish color.

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A canvas is stretched over a instretcher bar in and instapled in to a wooden frame. Then, it may be framed or just left as it is with the stretcher bar with a basic, exhibition-like look. Stretched paintings/prints are brighter, sharper, and less likely to be vulnerable to dust and damages.

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Size

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

Color

Framed (F85), Canvas, Framed (F131)