Monet’s water garden at his beloved Giverny was the focus of the last thirty years of his painting. As Monet remarked to a critic in 1909, his image of the water garden "evokes in you the idea of the infinite; you experience there, as in microcosm… the instability of the universe which transforms itself at every moment before our eyes."
• Solid brass, electroplated with non-tarnishing silver finish, giclee print
• 1" W x 3.75" L
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Good, durable bookmark. It matches well with the aesthetic of my copy of Paradiso.