Claude Monet

Elizabeth in her garden

Discover Monet’s Garden at Giverny – Join Elizabeth Murray

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Join California’s Elizabeth Murray in June 2017, when she personally conducts an exclusive tour of Monet’s Garden from the base of a glorious Manor House nearby

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Provence: Country Style Pt 2 – la Joi de Vivre

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In Provence in France colour is part of the joy of life and a perfect expression of the French people’s love of nature where all the colours of Provence evolved

The Impressionists – A Painterly Pleasant French Revolution

The Impressionists – A Painterly Pleasant French Revolution

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The art of the Impressionists became popular because people from all walks of life, nationalities and cultures understood that its message was all about celebrating life

Claude Monet the Gardener at Giverny – Elizabeth Murray

Claude Monet the Gardener at Giverny – Elizabeth Murray

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Claude Monet (1840-1926) finest work of art was a living study in light and color an ever-changing canvas that used flowers as paints and his soil as his canvas

Monet’s Passion by Elizabeth Murray – Book Review

Monet’s Passion by Elizabeth Murray – Book Review

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A warm moving story superbly told by Elizabeth Murray, and a tribute to the man and the artist Claude Monet, whose life was devoted to the cultivation of beauty

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Impressionism & Modernism – Fashionable Life, Paris 1860-80

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The Impressionists have today become popular because people from all walks of life, creeds and backgrounds relate to their optimistic view of a life well lived

Paintings, Pools and Plants at Giverny – Lasting Impressions

Paintings, Pools and Plants at Giverny – Lasting Impressions

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Painter Claude Monet created his now world famous garden at Giverny in Normandy where sunlight, fresh air and the interplay of light reflected on his canvases

Monet, Pisarro, Sisley & Renoir – Creating First Impressions

Monet, Pisarro, Sisley & Renoir – Creating First Impressions

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Claude Monet’s works give a great first impression of the relationship between art and the beauty and romance of a garden sited in the French landscape.