Paperblanks Notebook Ultra Lined Monet (Bridge)
A key member of the Impressionist movement, Claude Monet (1840–1926) painted more than 250 canvases inspired by the reflections created on the lily ponds at his Giverny home. This Paperblanks Embellished Manuscript journal cover sets an 1888 letter written by Monet to Berthe Morisot, a fellow Impressionist, against the backdrop of his painting Japanese Footbridge, Giverny, 1895.
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-Includes memento pouch in back cover, ribbon marker, magnetic wrap
-144 pages of lined paper
-Smyth sewn binding
-Acid-free, sustainable forest paper
-Measures18 x 23 cm