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Claude Monet Beyond painting and gardening, I am good for nothing. Monet to Duret I am in raptures; Giverny is a splendid place for me. Monet to Alice How I think about Giverny with this beautiful weather and I am envious of you being there, you cannot have an idea: but I am a prisoner,...

Claude Monet Beyond painting and gardening, I am good for nothing. Monet to Duret I am in raptures; Giverny is a splendid place for me. Monet to Alice How I think about Giverny with this beautiful weather and I am envious of you being there, you cannot have an idea: but I am a prisoner,...

Giverny, Monets Haus, Schlafzimmer von Alice Monet (Monet's house, bedroom of Alice Monet) by HEN-Magonza, via Flickr

Giverny, Monets Haus, Schlafzimmer von Alice Monet (Monet's house, bedroom of Alice Monet) by HEN-Magonza, via Flickr

The house and garden of Claude Monet Giverny, France (look familiar?), posted via curious-places.blogspot.com

The house and garden of Claude Monet Giverny, France (look familiar?), posted via curious-places.blogspot.com

HOME & GARDEN: La maison de Claude Monet à Giverny

La maison de Claude Monet à Giverny

HOME & GARDEN: La maison de Claude Monet à Giverny

Monet's Home in Giverny, France: First Floor Living Room... I like the way the paintings are hung... looks like rails are mounted for support.

Monet's Home in Giverny, France: First Floor Living Room... I like the way the paintings are hung... looks like rails are mounted for support.

Claude and his wife Alice didn't share the same bedroom, as was usual in the middle upper class, but there was a connection through the bathrooms.     Alice Monet bedroom in Giverny  Alice Monet's bedroom, photo Ariane Cauderlier    	    The very simple bedroom of Alice is decorated with japanese woodblocks  featuring female characters.      It is one of the few rooms that have a window on the street side, that is to say to the north. One can see how narrow the house is. From her bedroom…

Claude and his wife Alice didn't share the same bedroom, as was usual in the middle upper class, but there was a connection through the bathrooms. Alice Monet bedroom in Giverny Alice Monet's bedroom, photo Ariane Cauderlier The very simple bedroom of Alice is decorated with japanese woodblocks featuring female characters. It is one of the few rooms that have a window on the street side, that is to say to the north. One can see how narrow the house is. From her bedroom…

The blue sitting room where Alice read to the children.  Monet loved colors so he chose all the colors for the house.

The blue sitting room where Alice read to the children. Monet loved colors so he chose all the colors for the house.

Monet's House at Giverny. Everything was designed and color coordinated by the painter himself. He created his world around him, and then painted it.

Monet's House at Giverny. Everything was designed and color coordinated by the painter himself. He created his world around him, and then painted it.

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