Monet Footbridge Magnetic Notepad from The Met Museum


Our magnetic notepad features a detail of the iconic footbridge at Claude Monet’s (French, 1840-1926) beautiful water-lily garden in Giverny. An enthusiastic gardener, Monet began a series of 18 views of the bridge in 1899, after purchasing the land with the intention of using it as inspiration for his work-a successful plan indeed. Use this handy magnetic notepad in your kitchen or workspace to add a touch of art to your daily tasks.

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