Giverny, one

A postcard from Giverny,
the house where Claude Monet lived from 1883 until his death in 1926.
He transformed the once abandoned property into a characterful and colourful home surrounded by those famous gardens that continued to inspire his work to the very end.

We visited on a balmy end-of-summer day, and although we had to dodge the crowds, the luminous colours and serene beauty took the breath away. 

poésie privee-roses-gardens in Giverny-Monet house

self portrait of Rebecca Skye Watson at Monet House in Giverny, France, for Poésie Privée journal


You will find more information about Monet's House here.


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