Claude Monet's garden at Giverny conjures up visions of water lilies and weeping willows, but how did the painter first settle in his house here?
The story of Claude Monet's later years and the famous paintings he produced at home in Giverny, abridged in five parts by Katrin Williams:
In the 1890's the painter and his large family move to the famous town, and over the years the gardens at his house become lush, exotic
and famous for pictures of water lilies and weeping willows - part of 'le grand decoration'. But how did it all start?
Reader Allan Corduner
Producer Duncan Minshull.
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