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About this series
In co-operation with the National Gallery, Peter Layton has created his own impressionist view of Monet’s garden at Giverny in glass. A delightful feature of this design is the flowing movement of leaves and reedy undergrowth, contrasting with pink, lilac and red petals that provide a subtle foil to variegated translucent green foliage. Monet was featured by the Financial Times’ their February 2017 issue of How To Spend It.
About this piece
This disc is a delight! It is Peter’s version of Monet’s garden with flowers, trees, reeds and rushes.
|Dimensions||18 x 18 x 11 cm|