Every major museum in the world seems to have numerous Monet's paintings of the lily pond at his house and garden in Giverny, France. He really exploited the diversion of the stream into his property, planted water lilies and weeping willow trees and painted again and again. I thought I saw all the lily pond pictures when I was in Paris but I'm still seeing more of them all over the world. Still each painting is different and just as delightful. I'm not complaining.
Here's my picture of it during my visit 2 years ago.