Design featured: Detail from Irises by Claude Monet from the National Gallery Collection. This painting probably evolved alongside Monet’s 'grandes décorations' in his vast purpose-built studio at Giverny. This bird’s eye view, possibly from the Japanese bridge, shows a winding path near the pool, bordered with lush irises. Monet applied thick purples, blues and greens using bold, even crude strokes. The effects were possibly induced by double cataracts which altered his vision.
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H: 48cm x W: 44.5cm x D: 46cm
Frame: Durable hardwood (PEFC certification)
Sling: Durable canvas
The folding stool comes fully assembled