Monet's Gardens Giverny FranceThe sun was warm and had a different illumination that came through this photograph of Monet's gardens. This father and child felt like a moment in time captured that could be 1811 or 2011.
Leaving Monet's Gardens- Giverny
Claude Monet's Home & Garden
Living in a painting
It'll Leave an Impression on You...
Giverney, living in Claude Monet's painting
Exploring Claude Monet's last home
Standing In Monet's Paintings
Giverny in May!
Strolling the Gardens of Monet
We Tourists Swarm Here for Good Reason
Claude Monet lived in the Upper Normandy village of Giverny from 1883 until his death in 1926, and visitors to his home, now a museum, can still see the garden he shaped in real life and depicted in his paintings: the wisteria-draped bridge, the weeping willows, the stands of bamboo and the water lilies. Also in Giverny is the Musée des impressionnismes, which highlights the Impressionist movement.