Giverny is a small village known and recognized thanks to the painter Claude Monet, who lived there from 1883 until his death in 1926. Situated on a hillside and a stone's throw from the Seine, the village offers beautiful walks in the hills but also in the main street where hotels, restaurants, beautiful houses, shops, artist's studios, the museum of Impressionism and the Claude Monet Foundation are mixed together. The village, which welcomes many foreign tourists, is the second largest tourist site in Normandy after the Abbey of Mont-Saint-Michel.

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Expo autour des jardins impressionnistes et nabis au musée des Impressionnismes

The Musée des Impressionismes in Giverny is offering a new exhibition that seeks to reveal the sensibility of the Impressionist and Nabis painters in relation to the gardens they represent. It is an opportunity to confront the contradictory and complementary visions of these two groups of artists, from Auguste Renoir to Claude Monet and from Édouard Vuillard to Pierre Bonnard. Côté Jardin, de Monet à Bonnard brings together some one ...

Giverny, escale normande au pays de Claude Monet

Giverny is a small village known and recognized thanks to the painter Claude Monet, who lived there from 1883 until his death in 1926. Situated on a hillside and just a stone's throw from the Seine, the Norman village offers beautiful walks in the hills, but also in the main street where hotels, restaurants, beautiful houses, shops, artists' studios, the Musée des Impressionnismes and the Claude Monet Foundation are all mixed together. The ...

Les jardins de Claude Monet à Giverny s'apprêtent à rouvrir leurs portes !

While they were closed to the public because of the health crisis, Claude Monet's gardens in Giverny are about to reopen. The gardens, which take place in the very place where the painter had settled with his family in 1883, consist of the Clos Normand, located just in front of the house. Rich in perspectives, symmetries and colours, the Clos Normand is composed of different flowerbeds where flowers of all heights bloom: daisies, poppies, ...

Top 10 des jardins à visiter cet été en France

Summer is just around the corner and it is beginning to be born in the minds of nature lovers. In anticipation of the beautiful season to come, this top 10 is dedicated to the gardens that you absolutely must visit this summer in France, whether they are French or Italian style, under glass or in the park of a castle. Being as close as possible to the trees, plants and flowers is a special moment that helps you forget the grey winter sky and ...

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