Monet (Bridge), Letter to Morisot: Unlined Ultra Journal
Upon moving to the French countryside, Claude Monet became entranced by the reflections his new pond created. The Monet (Bridge) cover sets his pond-inspired 1895 oil painting Japanese Footbridge, Giverny against a letter he wrote to fellow Impressionist artist Berthe Morisot. Instead of the deeper hues of green that inhabit many of his bridge pictures, descriptive of a mature season, this painting employs radiant colors that suggest a point of seasonal transition.
__________________________Format: Hardback with magnetic closure
Pages: 144 blank
Size: 7.00 x 9.00 inches