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Pont Japonnais Belgian Wall Tapestry

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Pont Japonnais, or Japanese Bridge, is a jacquard wall tapestry woven in Belgium based on the painting by Claude Monet, The Japanese Bridge at Giverny. Monet painted many scenes from his home at Giverny which sits on the right bank of the River Seine where the river Epte meets the Seine. In this work Monet retained a subtle linear perspective channeling the eye into depth; conserving a characteristic of naturalistic painting where the picture plane is conceived as a window through which one looks at a view.

Pont Japonnais Belgian Wall Tapestry

SKU: SOWA-8315-11552

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Artist Claude Monet
Composition 90% Cotton, 10% Vicose and Polyester blend.
Origin Woven in Belgium
Weight 2.50 LBS
Dimensions 0.10 x 24.00 x 18.00 IN
Color Blue,Grey,Green,Purple,Red

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Customer Reviews

me 19/04/2020

Awesome as it hangs on the wall in our family room...

Michael Woolweaver 04/03/2020

Great tapestry. Colors look great, picture looks better in person than on the website.

Dorothy Caufield 28/02/2020

The tapestry was beautiful. Color was gorgeous. The fabric was soft. It looks great on my wall. When I look at it, I am reminded of my trip to Venice.

Marry Williams 31/01/2020

It is stunning hanging behind my bed.

Eline Yulea 16/12/2019

Lovely colours and texture. I secured it to the wall by adding a weighted rod to the bottom of the tapestry.