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Claude Monet - Japanese Footbridge over the Water Lily Pond in Giverny, 1899 (Apr17P08)

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In 1883, Monet moved from Paris to Giverny. He lived there till his death.

The Japanese bridge spans over the water lily pond and was featured from 1890 onwards in several of his paintings.

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Lena, you will have a nice view of the pond and the garden from this bridge :-)


I like to stand on such bridges, and most importantly they are everywhere :))


How wonderful that would be, Clive.

Not to worry. The warmth of your heart, the expression of your appreciative eyes as well as the bright smile on your face will convey a lovely message to them.

I am still learning about his paintings.


Ah, so that is the Cause of it all. I got it.


Would it not be wounderfull to have met him and his family to express our praises on his works and to let him know how famous he would be. But alas I cannot speak French as I found it so difficult when I was younger.
It is strange how some people through history have a bearing on us all and that we can all relate too.


The bridge is covered with paint - courtesy of Clause Monet. Paint is the only covering of the bridge.


You are most welcome, Clive. A nice spot to stand on the bridge and look at the water lilies.


He did after an initial attempt to sell his paintings. Now his paintings are world famous.

On canvas, absolutely. If you visit the gardens, it is painted too. But, where is the cover? I do not see it.


I wonder if Claude ever made much Monet as a painter. It is nice to see the covered bridge - it IS covered with paint, isn't it?


This is one of my favourite Monet's thank you Jason.