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
Artist, author, gardener, photographer and motivational speaker Elizabeth Murray lives in California in a historical artist’s cottage, living life in full bloom
There is no doubt the winter masterpiece show Monet’s Garden at the NGV will add colour light and warmth to our coldest season refreshing hearts minds and souls
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
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.
Monet’s Garden: The Musée Marmottan Monet, Paris is an exhibition of his works at the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) from 10th May – 8th September 2013
For Australian’s this is great time of year to spend in the warmth of the local or national galleries and museums with much to see and do, including the NGV and QAG | GOMA
The exhibition Monet’s Garden in The New York Botanical Garden from May 19 to October 21 2012 is sure to be a treat for all seasons, ravishing the senses and providing a fabulous feast for the soul.