Claude Monet "Japanese Footbridge" Tote Bag
Deliberate dabs and daubs in deep blues and pastel hues. Let your imagination wander into the glorious garden at Giverny through Claude Monet’s The Japanese Footbridge, 1899.
Restless reflection. Infinite impressions. Painterly perfection. A moment captured. Claude Monet, the founder of French Impressionism, was known to paint the same scene over and over to catch the uniqueness of the time and day. Fall in love all over again with this master of light and color.
This Loqi tote bag is made of tear- and water-resistant polyester. It is lightweight, yet strong. Comes folded inside a zippered pouch, which can later be used as a coin purse.
- 1.94 ounces (55 g)
- Carries up to 44 lbs (20 kg)
- Expanded size: 19.7 × 16.5 in (50 × 42 cm)
- Pouch: 4.3 × 4.5 in (11 × 11.5 cm)
- Handle: 10.6 in (27 cm)
Claude Monet, The Japanese Footbridge, 1899 © National Gallery of Art Washington