water-lily


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water-lily

symbol of innocence of heart; flower of July. [Flower Symbolism: Flora Symbolica, 178; Kunz, 329]
See: Purity
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Prima Facie's product, Ananda, which means 'bliss' or 'happiness' in Sanskrit, is a shoe made from synthetic and water-lily leather, and is made to provide comfort to the customer.
Claude Monet's water-lily paintings are amongst the most recognised and celebrated works of the 20th century, and were hugely influential to many of the following generations of artists," the Telegraph quoted Giovanna Bertazzoni, director and head of impressionist and modern art at Christies, London, as saying.
ONE of Monet's celebrated water-lily paintings is to be auctioned in London for a price expected to reach up to pounds 40m, it was revealed yesterday.
Summary: ChristieEoACAOs announce that they will offer an exceptional water-lily
Returning to water plants, the most beautiful, in my view, are the water-lily and the lotus.
A lacquered water-lily surrounded by its beautiful leaves enhances the beauty of the dial.
Over the course of his life, Monet's brushstrokes would become even looser, most exemplified in the water-lily series made toward the end of his life.