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Spring has Sprung at Monet's Garden

Spring has sprung at Monet's Garden in Giverny France. I can't think of a more perfect way to welcome the season than looking at the beautiful blooms of the gardens and rolling hills that inspired some of the greatest impressionist paintings of all time.


Monet's estate is home to his extensive gardens and grounds as well as his home where he and his family lived for many years. I had the pleasure of visiting this place, and was inspired by the art. Although the real paintings have been split up and are now able to be viewed at various museums around the world, here are some of the paintings and views you will see.


The Water Lilly Pond - 1899

One of the most iconic paintings done by Claude Monet depicts the bridge that cascades over one of the many ponds on his estate.


Water Lilies Evening Effect-1899

Another common depiction that Monet captures are of the water lilies. Water Lilies evening effect captures the essence of the reflective moonlight on the pond and flowers.


The Artist's Garden at Vetheuil, 1880

The estate was home to Monet and his wife and son Michael depicted here inThe Artist's Garden at Vetheuil, 1880.


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