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What color is the Monet bridge painted?

Last Updated: Apr 22, 2016  |  64 Views
Topics: NYBG Gardens

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Monet's bridge built for the NYBG Monet's Garden exhibit has made quite a stir, such fun to have your family picture taken on the famed structure, although not as large as the real one in Giverny, France, still exciting. We have received many inquiries at the garden as to the particular color of the benches and bridge, the paint sample is called Pantone 327 by Benjamin Moore. I suggest getting samples and seeing which strikes you – looking at Monet’s original garden pictures there are many different greens shown. Hope this helps.

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