Monet Waterlilies Stained Glass Lamp
Height - 24"
Shade - 20" width
Base - 9" width
(single socket for 100 watt
[max] bulb. Three way switch)
"One instant, one aspect of nature contains it all," said Monet (French, 1840-1926), referring to his late masterpieces, the water landscapes, which he painted at his home in Giverny between 1897 and his death in 1926. This glorious lamp, with its varied palette of blues and mauves, has been inspired by Monet's Water Lilies series. The creation of this unique lamp was overseen by a master craftsman in Richmond, Virginia. Over five hundred different glass cuttings with varying textures are joined together with copper foil to emulate the radiance of nature as seen by Monet. The result is a rare and special lamp created for the Art Institute of Chicago in celebration of the 1995 exhibition, Claude Monet 1840-1926.
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