"My garden is my most beautiful work of art" – Claude Monet. Royal Academy curator Ann Dumas introduces Claude Monet’s garden at Giverny in Normandy, which is open to the public between March and November and maintained by a team of gardeners led by James Priest.
This art history video covers 10 facts you did not know about famous artist Claude Monet, the French Impressionist painter. The video is aimed at school kids and those interested in art history and covers interesting facts about the whole of Monet's life from his early caricatures created in Le Havre to his great water lily paintings produced in Giverny.
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The Google Art Project offers the possibility to access from home to the permanent collections of cultural institutions worldwide. The platform offers the user to virtually walk in the two oval rooms of Water Lilies by Claude Monetdesigned between 1915 and 1926 in Giverny, and also, thanks to the zoom function, to immerse in the whole of the eight monumental compositions of the impressionist Master.
This virtual immersion allows to understand, prepare but also deepen and enrich his visit to the Orangerie.