Monet Japanese Bridge Hipster Bag
Super Versatile Monet Water Lily Bag with Adjustable Straps, Zipper Top and Exterior Pocket.
- 9” High x 7” Wide
- Monet Japanese Bridge art print
- Jute Back
- Interior Lining
- Zipper Top
- Exterior Pocket
- Adjustable Straps – Wearable as a Cross Bag
This Monet bag is printed with his one of his most loved paintings, Water Lilies and Japanese Bridge which he painted in 1899. The back of this excellently designed bag is crafted of wonderfully textured jute, the inside is fully lined and the top zipper will keep contents safe. You will love the back pockets too! There is a rear zip pocket for securing little necessities and the second pocket is the perfect size for keeping a phone or small tablet handy. This perfectly sized Monet handbag also has an adjustable strap so it can be worn over the shoulder or as a cross body bag.
Our Monet art bag is one of our many Monet Gifts. Add matching Monett Jewelry, scarves or tops for a very special Monet lover gift.
Claude Monet - Water Lilies & Japanese Bridge
Monet 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 and paints primarily landscapes. Ten years after moving to Giverny in 1883, Monet envisioned turning a small pond on an adjacent parcel of land into an Asian influenced water garden. Overcoming the resistance of locals wary of introducing foreign plants into the region, he won approval to expand the pond by diverting water from the Epte River. He encircled the pond with an arrangement of flowers, trees, and bushes, and filled it with water lilies. Later he added a Japanese style wood bridge. This pond was an inspiration for many of his paintings for the remainder of his life.