Whatever It Takes, Period.
The OurStitch team is willing to go the extra mile to make sure that you are completely satisfied with your order.
Everyone loves free shipping, and OurStitch offers it on all orders. You will be able to select the option at checkout.
We are so committed to making your OurStitch experience a great experience, that we offer free and unconditional returns on all orders.
In this masterpiece, Claude Monet depicts his wife and son out on a midday stroll. A comfortable and lightweight 100% polyester women’s v-neck t-shirt, made of a fine count yarn. As always, 10% of the net profit from this purchase is donated to charity.
If you don’t love this shirt as much as we do, we’ll make it right.
• Made in the USA, sweatshop-free
• 100% polyester construction
• Double rib neckband
Please note that this product may run small, check the sizing information below. If you are unsure, consider buying a size larger than usual.
|Chest (inches)||33 3/4||35 3/4||37 3/4||40 7/8||41 3/4|
|Length (inch)||25 1/2||25 7/8||26 1/4||26 3/4||27 1/2|
Sizes are approximate. Measurements are based on standard sizing charts.
Woman with a Parasol – Madame Monet and Her Son, sometimes known as The Stroll (French: La Promenade) is an oil-on-canvas painting by Claude Monet from 1875. The Impressionist work depicts his wife Camille Monet and their son Jean Monet in the period from 1871 to 1877 while they were living in Argenteuil, capturing a moment on a stroll on a windy summer’s day.
Monet’s light and spontaneous brushwork create splashes of colour. Mrs Monet’s veil is blown by the wind, as is her billowing white dress; the waving grass of the meadow is echoed by the green underside of her parasol. She is seen as if from below, with a strong upwards perspective, against fluffy white clouds in an azure sky. A boy, their seven-year-old son, is placed further away, concealed behind a rise in the ground, only visible from the waist up, creating a sense of depth.The work is a genre painting of an everyday family scene, not a formal portrait. The work was painted outdoors, en plein air, and quickly, probably in a single period of a few hours. It measures 100 × 81 centimetres (39 × 32 in), his largest work in the 1870s, and is signed “Monet 75” in the lower right corner.