Monet’s Gardens, Giverny


A photo essay on Monet’s gardens at Giverny north of Paris. His flower gardens were planted with a painter’s vision and later, as his eyesight began to fail, Monet’s enormous canvases were filled with the memories of the waterlily ponds and bridges that the artist had designed.

250mm x 250mm
36pp · 37 colour photographs

In stock

ISBN: 9780992989835


This series of photos, taken on a visit to France three days after 9/11, show the flowerbeds and watergardens that Monet created to be the source of inspiration for his later work. The book contains a brief history of the gardens together with some of the photographer’s memories of the trip to Paris and Giverny.


There are no reviews yet.

Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review.