2002 Monet Water Lily Pond Japanese Foot Bridge Impressionist Print Canvas 18"



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2002 framed print on canvas of The Water Lily Pond by impressionist artist Claude Monet, showing the Japanese foot bridge in Monet’s garden.

1 楊 yáng Mr. Yang or Ms Yang
2 惠存 huì cún Please kindly accept and keep my gift
3 ⽩罔 bái wǎng Wang Bai (name)
4 尹光 yǐn guāng Guang Yin (name)
5 餽贈 kuì zèng give (something) as a gift

Korean Translation: *1:안서:安⻄ Anxi (fisrt name)
*2:부런서직: assistant work?
*3: 가一모네@팀: 모네 means “Monet”
*4:다타아태: data asian? 다타: data? 아태 means “Asia”.
*5:영旻(?): (Yongmin?) first name?

This art is a gift from Wang Bai and Guang Yin, given to Anxi Yang (楊안서) in 2002.

A pond full of water lilies. The green leaves of the water lilies are resting on top of the water and are scattered across the pond. Many of the water lilies are blooming, and the large flowers stick out of the water. They are predominantly white, but Monet adds some hints of other colors, like blue, pink, red, and yellow, to depict the flowers. The pink and red tones are more visible in the water lilies in the back. Foliage surrounds the pond. A blue Japanese-style wooden footbridge crosses over the pond. In the background, a dense collection of trees covers the sky. On the left, you can see the hanging leaves of the willows. You can see the reflection of the water lilies, the plants, and the trees in the pond, but at places, you can also see the transparency of the water in the pond.

Water Lilies is a series of approximately 250 oil paintings by French Impressionist Claude Monet. The paintings depict his flower garden at his home in Giverny, and were the main focus of his artistic production during the last thirty years of his life.

Backstory: In 1883, Monet moved to Giverny, about 45 miles Northwest of Paris. In 1893, he got the idea to buy a piece of land with a small pond next to his property. He expanded this pond and turned the land into a Japanese water garden full of bushes, flowers, trees, and water lilies. He also added a Japanese-style wooden bridge which you can see in this painting.

​Several years later, Monet started to paint the pond with the water lilies and the bridge and continued to do so for the last 27 years of his life. Monet chose to omit the sky and the edge of the water in the foreground to try to fully absorb the viewer in the view of the water lily pond.


Very Good - Couple dings to frame.


15.75” x 1” x 17.75” / Sans Frame - 8.5” x 10.5” (Width x Depth x Height)