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Japanese bridge by Claude Monet

At the end of the 19th century, the famous French painter Claude Monet moved into his house in the Normandy town of Giverny. He was looking for a quiet place to live with his wife and children and soon found out that he had found a nice place to grow old. In the beautiful garden he started the project to build a pond and start a water lily nursery. Also weeping willows and a beautiful Japanese bridge were added here, of the latter you ended up on our collection of reproductions! Monet has portrayed the Japanese bridge in many different ways, each time from the same position, but in a different season and with a different light, so none of the paintings are the same. Nice to know: the painter had the river Epte diverted especially for the construction of his pond, his neighbors were not very happy with this, fortunately it yielded a lot of beautiful art!


Our collection of Japanese bridge products

We offer a wide range of reproductions of these beautiful paintings. Are you looking for a nice gift for a woman? Take a look at the tea towel, hand fan, make-up bag or mirror. Also for men we have something beautiful, take a look at our cufflinks or spectacle case.


Even more Monet!

Claude Monet has created so many iconic works, that we have several product lines of his works. Take a look at the whole Monet theme here. Here you can find the collection of products of the Waterlilies, and here you can see our collection with the Poppies. If you haven't quite figured it out yet, check out our entire range of gifts for her here, and check out our range of gifts for him here.


Custom made products

Are you looking for something else than what the Museum Webshop offers? In that case, you can also let us customize products for you. Visit our website for more information. If you are interested, please send an e-mail to [email protected], or call us on +31 (0)883366990.

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