“The Water-Lilies Pond” created in 1917 by Claude Monet is one of his Water Lilies series of oil paintings.
Claude Monet painted a series of approximately 250 Water Lilies oil paintings between 1897–1926. The Water Lilies paintings depict his flower garden and water landscape at his home in Giverny.
The focal point of these paintings was Monet’s ﬂower garden which featured a pond spanned by a Japanese footbridge and water garden.
‘The Water-Lily Pond’ was created in 1919 by Claude Monet in Impressionism style.