Like others, Monet was always an Impressionist of the 'open air'. But his new works are so big, he must come inside to complete them.
The story of Claude Monet's later years and the famous paintings he produced at home in Giverny:
To accommodate the enormous canvases he's working on, the painter must get approval to extend his studios. The new space will become the size of an aircraft hangar, as 'la grande decoration' proceeds..
Reader Allan Corduner
Producer Duncan Minshull.