Modgy Expandable Flower Vase Claude Monet Lily Pond
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Modgy Expandable Flower Vases do everything a glass vase does except collect dust, chip or break. Available in a variety of designs, Modgy expandable vases are durable and stable enough to hold a flower bouquet. These decorative vases expand with water and are ideal for events, weddings, and any table top. Modgy plastic vases are collapsible and economical, making it easy to keep a variety of colors and patterns tucked away for any occasion.
Although most famous for stunning leaded-glass lamps in floral patterns, Tiffany Studios also produced intriguing geometric designs. Louis C. Tiffany found inspiration in nature and through his travels. The Lotus, Pagoda library lamp brings these facets of his interest together. In this design, the concept of the ribs of the lotus leaf combines with the tiered effect of a Japanese pagoda, while the favrile glass mixes shades of green slowly graduating to a milky white, ultimately creating a luminous whole.
Size: 26cm x 15.9cm
Materials: BPA Free Plastic Vase
Included: One vase per package, arrives flat in decorative gift packaging
Care: Rinse with water and dish soap. Leave open to dry, store flat.
Claude Monet (French, 1840-1926) was one of the founders of the Impressionism, which sought to record a moment in time through short descriptive brush strokes and generously applied color on site, rather than a faithfully detailed reproduction rendered in a studio. Passionate about painting outdoors directly from nature, Monet loved seeing the way the colors changed with the light, and often painted a series of works from the same vantage point at different times of day. At his home in Giverny, he constructed a water lily garden and crowned the composition with a Japanese footbridge. In the summer of 1899, he began to paint a series of eighteen views of this scene, including the one we have reproduced on our delightful vase. The lush greenery with the lilies in full bloom reflected in the pond invites the viewer to revel in the quiet pleasure of a summer afternoon with the artist.