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The artist's garden in Giverny

Monet was absolutely in love with his garden. In this typical impressionist scene, you can see the artist's garden, with rows of flowers designed by him and that were taken care of by up to 7 gardeners. In the background, you can see the house shared by his second wife Alice, his six children and the two of the painter. This is where Monet treasured his collection of Japanese prints, which inspired him so much.

As seen in the painting, Monet's intention was for the construction to merge with the garden, and the three entrances with which it counts help to quickly access it; the most important part of the house.

It is worth visiting Giverny just outside Paris, to see that Monet does not exaggerate the beauty of his garden.