Monet at Giverny
Claude Monet Giverny & Gourcuff Gradenigo
24 x 17 x 1,5 cm
Available in English, German, French and Japanese
At Giverny, Monet created an ideal home for his family, a haven protected from the outside world and surrounded by the countryside that he loved. But this was also where he gained recognition as a major artist after years of rejection, and where the paintings he hung on the walls created a narrative of his long life. In this guide, Adrien Goetz leads the visitor through the house and gardens that Monet conceived as a work of art, and where he painted his water lilies series, one of the seminal works of twentieth century art.
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International. Between 48 and 72 hours in France