Color in the Garden

No one could quite create a garden like Claude Monet could. His garden at Giverny, France is full of color year round. He designed it that way so he would always have something to paint. With a pond as the center attraction, a large variety of flowers and plants surrounded it and his home. So whether taking a stroll around the estate, a row in a boat or simply looking out his windows, he had subjects all around to choose from to paint.

No one could quite create a garden like Claude Monet could. His garden at Giverny, France is full of color year round. He designed it that way so he would always have something to paint. Photo by Tim Stanley Photography.

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