Water Lily Pond, 1899-1900
When Claude Monet purchased a plot of land with a pond near his property in Giverny in 1893, he did so with an artistic vision in mind. His intention was to create a serene scene that was beautiful to observe and captivating to paint. The end result was this water lily pond that, along with the arched wooden footbridge, served as the inspiration for a series of 18 different views and 12 completed paintings. The vertical orientation of this painting is unique in this series. It allows the water lilies and the reflections in the pond to be a focal point in the piece.
Taking wearable art to an entirely new level, this popular impressionist painting has been re-imagined by The Mountain using the medium of ink on fabric.
We are pioneers of water-based ink and have perfected its use to create photo-realistic imagery that is not attainable by other screen printers. Feel comfortable inside and out with our 100% cotton, eco-friendly tees.
- Pre-Shrunk, Medium Weight, 100% Cotton
- Relaxed, Classic Fit
- Printed With Soft, Non-Toxic Water-Based Inks
- Reinforced Double-Stitching On All Seams
*This item is printed on demand. Please allow 7-10 days for delivery.*