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Monet's Garden At Giverny
Produced in association with the keepers of the garden, the Academie des Beaux-Arts
'The great Impressionist painter, Claude Monet, was also a passionate horticulturist. At his home in Giverny, France he created an exquisite garden that became his favourite subject to paint.

In this video artists, gardeners, a Japanese landscape designer and others talk about Monet's art and the gardens influence. Important is the gardens seasonal cycle and also the history of the great garden which had fallen into disrepair and how it continues to be restored.

Topics include: the garden as it became the palette for Monet's paintings, the Water Lily series of paintings, Monet's Japanese Woodblock collection and the plantings, colours and design of the garden.

This beautiful and fascinating video will transport you into the garden where Monet spent the second half of his life.'

60 mins. VHS 1-879504-04-9 29.95 U.S. Distributed by Willowbank Video to order email aschwartz@ulster.net


ISBN : 1-879504-04-9
Publisher : Willowbank Video

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