Raincaper - Fine Art - Monet - Waterloo Bridge


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French Impressionist painter Claude Monet’s ambition of documenting the French countryside led him to adopt a method of painting the same scene many times to capture the changing of light and the passing of the seasons. He loved London for its fog and painted Waterloo Bridge multiple times during and after a visit to London in 1901, attempting to capture the evanescent effects of its misty climate in a series of views of Waterloo Bridge. Rain, fog, drizzle or downpour, a RainCaper from the Fine Art Collection is a must have accessory for museum patrons and stylish women; the reversible rain poncho and travel cape is a wearable work of art. Wear the Waterloo Bridge, Veiled Sun print side out for a dreamy look; reverse to Soft Iris for a sophisticated neutral that goes anywhere. The reversible, fashionable hooded rain wrap offers elegant protection from rain and wind. The ultra-versatile RainCaper may be worn all year long. Rain or Shine!

  • Claude Monet original oil painting Waterloo Bridge, Veiled Sun.  
  • In the Collection of The Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester, NY.
  • Reverse Color: Soft Iris