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Claude Monet - Japanese Footbridge over the Water Lily Pond in Giverny, 1899 (Apr17P05)

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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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Thank you Donna.

More Monet's paintings will be on their way.

Warm regards, Jason.


Thanks for this lovely painting of the Japanese bridge and the water lilies. Monet's paintings are somewhat challenging to solve because the many delicate colors don't give you as many clues as to where the pieces fit in. I really love them, though. Warm regards, Donna


You are most welcome, Rita. What you said about Monet is correct.

Thank you for your compliment.

It's amazing,isn't it? I have read that he liked to paint the same scene at different times of day. He painted a series of bridges in London that way, I think. Thanks again for your beautiful posts.


Quite a few times, Rita. And the same goes for some of his other paintings.

How many times do you suppose he painted that same bridge and none of them look exactly the same! Amazing! Thanks Jason.


Thank you, Jeri :)


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Glad that you like it, Leanne.


Beautiful. Thank you, Jason!


You are welcome, Judy.


Very pretty! Thanks Jason!

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