The artist's 'steely gaze' is threatened by the re-emergence of cataracts. He has a lifetime's aversion to doctors, but must keep painting. So what will happen?
The story of Claude Monet's later years and the famous paintings he produced at home in Giverny:
His cataracts are worsening, which leads to a disintegration of solid forms, but an intensity of vision. Should he visit a doctor in Paris? And what about his donation of paintings to the Orangerie after his death?
Reader Allan Corduner
Producer Duncan Minshull.
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