In Monet’s Garden

From the onset of his career, Monet preferred to paint outdoors. In 1883 he moved with his family to the small French village of Giverny. He relished life in nature.
Influenced by what he saw during his travels from the coloured expanses of the Dutch tulip fields to the romantic lushness of the Italian Riviera dei Fiori he planted his garden so it would flower from spring until autumn.
This patch of land was his anchor in the best of times and when life proved more difficult. He found peace in his garden, which served as a mirror to his soul.

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