The Japanese Footbridge

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It is a painting of a water garden that Monet created in his home in Giverny. The series of paintings and the garden are considered Monet’s greatest achievements.
The design of the garden in this painting is likely derived from another artwork – a Japanese print in Monet’s collection.
This painting is one of many that depict the garden at various phases of daylight. Other paintings place the bridge in various positions while others do not display the bridge at all.

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