Bookmark: Monet's "Studio Boat"
Between 1871 and 1878, Claude Monet lived in Argenteuil, a town on the Seine about 15 minutes from Paris. The artist had a small studio boat made so he could paint while floating on the river. Monet was fascinated by light and the way that it reflected off water, and painted many studies of the Seine at different times of day in all seasons.
This metal bookmark is made in the USA, and features a white tassel. Packaged in a protective plastic sleeve, with illustrated information card. Not including the tassel, the bookmark measures 1-5/16 × 3 in. (3.3 × 7.6 cm.) The package measures 2½ × 7¾ in. (6.3 × 19.7 cm.)