Monet: Japanese Footbridge, Place Mat

About the Artist

Claude Monet (1840–1926) was an innovative leader of the impressionists, a group of painters who strove to capture the endless variations of light and atmosphere found in nature through plein-air landscape painting. Over the course of Monet's career his technique and vision developed. His art, originally grounded in the realism of direct observation, eventually reflected his interest in rendering an abstract sensation of nature.

Monet: Japanese Footbridge, Place Mat

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Bring everyone to the table with these fine-art placemats from the National Gallery of Art. Buy multiples to create a matching set, or mix it up and collect them all.


Monet's The Japanese Footbridge (1899) is one of the impressionist treasures in the Gallery's collection. A passionate gardener, the artist designed and built the landscape that appears in the painting—from the arching bridge to the water garden filled with water lilies.

  • 1 placemat
  • Sustainable vinyl; felt backing made from 100% recycled plastic bottles
  • 12 x 16 inches
  • Low maintenance; wipe clean
  • Made in the USA

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