Monet moved to Giverny in 1883. Ten years later he acquired a small pond and created a water garden, complete with lilies and a Japanese style bridge. In 1900 he exhibited a series of ten paintings of the pond, each artwork capturing the water garden in a different stage of light - an exercise he repeated in the same period with his haystack and poplar paintings.
- Artist: Claude Monet
- Title: The Water-Lily Pond, 1900 Framed Print
- Frame: 2 1/10 in. Burnished Bronze
- Image Dimensions: 23.38 in. W x 23.38 in. H
- Outside Frame Dimensions: 27.09 in. W x 27.09 in. H
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