Monet Water Lilies Tote
Kipling de Freitas

Monet Water Lilies Tote

Regular price $ 50.00 $ 0.00
In 1893, Claude Monet (French, 1840–1926) had a pond dug and planted with water lilies at his home in Giverny. He first painted it in 1899, and thereafter it dominated his art. Water Lilies, the painting (now in the Metropolitan Museum) on which this colorful tote is based, was begun in the 1910s and remained in Monet's studio for the rest of his life.

Microfiber. Magnetic snap closure. Zip and open interior pockets. 15''H x 14''W with a 4 1/2'' gusset; handle drop: 12''L.