Monet Water Lilies Stick Umbrella

80055183 New
Item # 80055183
Price: 95$95.00
Member Price: 85.5$85.50
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Description

In 1893, the painter and passionate horticulturist Claude Monet (French, 1840–1926) purchased a plot of land with a pond in Giverny. With the intention of transforming his acquisition into something "for the pleasure of the eye and also for motifs to paint," Monet created an idyllic water-lily garden, which he painted extensively and experimentally. By the time he began Water Lilies (1916–19), which features on our artful umbrella, Monet had achieved a new and audacious style that approached the realm of abstract art. Our stylish stick umbrella borrows from this evocative painting in The Met collection.

In 1893, the painter and passionate horticulturist Claude Monet (French, 1840–1926) purchased a plot of land with a pond in Giverny. With the intention of transforming his acquisition into something "for the pleasure of the eye and also for motifs to paint," Monet created an idyllic water-lily garden, which he painted extensively and experimentally. By the time he began Water Lilies (1916–19), which features on our artful umbrella, Monet had achieved a new and audacious style that approached the realm of abstract art. Our stylish stick umbrella borrows from this evocative painting in The Met collection.

Details
  • 100% recycled polyester
  • Manual open/close
  • 42'' diam.; 35'' long (including handle)
  • Gift wrap not available
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