Water Lilies in the Morning Silk Scarf - MONET

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Brochier Soieries

Claude Monet: Water lilies, ca.1906. Musée de l'Orangerie Paris.
Decorated with water-lillies, this luxurious satin striped chiffon 100% silk scarf carries a superb Monet signature.
Such a gift allows the wearer to express admiration for great Impressionist works of art.

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Claude Monet (1840-1926) is the main figure of Impressionism.

One of his most famous paintings, Water Lillies, he repeated many times in various conditions.

Monet settled in Giverny in 1883.  From then onwards, his garden slowy became more or less his signature subject of painting.

He focuses on the colour effects created by light at different times of the day throughout the year.

Little by little, the subject as well as the limits between water and earth tend to fade away and the water-lillies become more and more of a pretext to paint, rather than his main subject.

  • Artist:Monet
  • Collection: Museums
  • Country of Origin:France
  • Department:womens
  • Design:Floral
  • KEY WORD A art scarf
  • KEY WORD Bmuseum scarf
  • KEY WORD Cmonet-scarf
  • KEY WORD Dwater-lilies-scarf
  • Manufacturing Location:Made in Lyon, France
  • Novelty:Museum oblong scarf reproducing part of a famous painting masterpiece.
  • Packaging:Designer box.
  • Scarf Size:140 cm x 40 centimetres ( 56 inches x 16 inches)
  • Shape:Rectangular
  • Silk Type:Chiffon with satin stripes -100%silk
  • Style Name :Impressionist
  • Technique:Chiffon satin band 48 g/m2 & Machine finish with Bourdon stitch
  • Washing:Dry-Clean Only.
  • Brand : Brochier Soieries
  • Brochier Soieries : This Company was created by Jean Brochier in LYON, in 1890. It edits and manufactures high quality silk scarves and ties, inspired by artistic designs and masterpieces of famous painters. Cedric Brochier, great grandson of the founder, continues the family tradition and provides the most famous museums in the world ( The Louvre,The Museum of Fine Arts of Boston, The Metropolitan Museum, The Frick Collection , The Güggenheim and others..)

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