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Monet Nymphéas Bleu Watch

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Price: $70.00
Member Price: $63.00

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Description

Claude Monet (French, 18401926) was a key figure in the Impressionist movement that transformed French painting in the second half of the nineteenth century. Dedicated to painting en plein air, Monet created an extensive garden on his property at Giverny, including a water lily pond, which inspired a series of paintings in 1899; thereafter the subject dominated his art. Our lovely watch design features a detail adapted from Monets Water Lilies in the Museums collection.

18K gold overlay case. Printed plastic band. Quartz movement. Case: 1 1/4'' diam.; band: adjusts from 6 1/4'' to 8 1/4''L.

  • 18K gold overlay case
  • Printed plastic band
  • Quartz movement
  • Case: 1 1/4'' diam.; band: adjusts from 6 1/4'' to 8 1/4''L

Art History

Claude Monet (French, 18401926) was a devoted horticulturist. In 1893 he purchased land with a pond near his house in Giverny, in order to build something for the pleasure of the eye and also for motifs to paint. His famous water-lily garden was the result.

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Description

Claude Monet (French, 18401926) was a key figure in the Impressionist movement that transformed French painting in the second half of the nineteenth century. Dedicated to painting en plein air, Monet created an extensive garden on his property at Giverny, including a water lily pond, which inspired a series of paintings in 1899; thereafter the subject dominated his art. Our lovely watch design features a detail adapted from Monets Water Lilies in the Museums collection.

18K gold overlay case. Printed plastic band. Quartz movement. Case: 1 1/4'' diam.; band: adjusts from 6 1/4'' to 8 1/4''L.





  • 18K gold overlay case
  • Printed plastic band
  • Quartz movement
  • Case: 1 1/4'' diam.; band: adjusts from 6 1/4'' to 8 1/4''L




Art History

Claude Monet (French, 18401926) was a devoted horticulturist. In 1893 he purchased land with a pond near his house in Giverny, in order to build something for the pleasure of the eye and also for motifs to paint. His famous water-lily garden was the result.


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