Monet Footbridge Magnetic Notepad

By The Met


This magnetic notepad features a detail of the iconic footbridge at Claude Monet's (French, 1840–1926) beautiful water-lily garden in Giverny. An enthusiastic gardener, Monet began a series of 18 views of the bridge in 1899, after purchasing the land with the intention of using it as inspiration for his work—a successful plan indeed.

Use this handy magnetic notepad in your kitchen or workspace to add a touch of art to your daily tasks.

50 pages, magnetic back
Notepad measures 7.6 x 22.85cm