Le Pont Japonais


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“They are bringing the canvases to me one after the other.
A color that I had found and sketched on one of these canvases yesterday reappears in the air.
I am quickly given this painting and strive to fix this vision as permanently as possible.
But it usually vanishes as fast as it sprang up, making way for another color I had already painted days ago on another study instantly put in front of me…
And that is the way it is all day long.”
(Claude Monet – French painter, 1840-1926)

This is a tribute to the Japanese foot-bridge over the water-lily (or Nympheas) pond in Giverny by French Impressionist Claude Monet.

This picture is for my friend Benu who loves Monet so much…

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