Monet Japanese Bridge Earrings
Monet Earrings Featuring his Pretty 1899 Japanese Footbridge Painting.
- 1 7/8" long x 7/8" wide
- Coated Copper Base
- Monet Japanese Bridge Image
- Copper Embellished Stainless Steel Earring Wires
- Free Gift Box
Monet's iconic Japanese Footbridge painting has been beautifully reproduced on lightly textured copper earrings which have been diamond cut for sparkle and shine. The stainless steel French earring wires are nickel free and a great choice for anyone with metal sensitivities. Matching Stackable and Cuff Bracelets are available for a special Monet jewelry gift set for yourself or your favorite Monet fan.
The Japanese Bridge
Claude Monet, French Impressionist Painter, 1840-1926 was born in Paris France. He is considered one of the forefathers of the painting style known as Impressionism. His early art career was boosted by his success as a caricature artist in which he did quite well. He later became involved with his own style and palette of colors which he developed over the rest of his career.
When Monet moved to his beloved Giverny he developed a beautiful garden with pond and the iconic Japanese Bridge which was a subject in many of his paintings. This version was done in 1899 and is perhaps the most famous of this series.