Monet's 'Water Lilies' Umbrella by Galleria

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Monet's 'Water Lilies' Umbrella by Galleria

24.95

An interesting fact - Monet nearly didn't have any water lilies to paint. For his garden in Giverny Monet imported water lilies from Egypt and South America, which drew the wrath of local authorities. The council demanded he rip out the plants before they poisoned the area's water, but Monet ignored them and he managed to create a series painting that are now worth millions! 

FOLDING

  • Automatic open & close 
  • Length folded 31cm 
  • Canopy diameter approx. 100cm 
  • Weight 427g 
  • Unbreakable fibreglass ribs 
  • Gift box

 

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