Monet and Giverny
My husband and I have just come back from a wonderful trip after seeing Monet’s Garden and House in Giverny. What a beautiful spot.
I can certainly see why after Monet and his family moved to Giverny, he apparently exclaimed, “I am in ecstasy. Giverny is a splendid place for me!” Apart from the beauty of the surroundings another aspect after commissioning so many art reproductions of Monet’s Japanese Bridge, was that we actually got to see it in the flesh.
Monet’s Japanese Bridge
Monet's Japanese Bridge at Giverny
Fabulous Masterpieces’ fine art reproduction of Monet’s Japanese Bridge.
Monet's Japanese bridge. An art reproduction by Fabulous Masterpieces
I’d definitely recommend a trip to Giverny. The waterlilies and garden are so beautiful.
For more information on Giverny and visiting hours to Monet’s house and museum, take a look at http://giverny.org/monet/welcome.htm
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Bye for now x
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