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Official page of the Monet Foundation in Giverny Fondation Claude Monet in Giverny is home to the house where he lived from 1883 to his death in 1926, and the garden he designed as a true work. The house where the artist lived in his family home including living workshop and its exceptional collection of Japanese prints. The gardens consist of the Clos Normand and its rectangular flower beds and water garden planted with oriental plants and weeping willows, with its Japanese bridge painted green and water lilies. Open daily from 1 April to 1 November 2014 Open every day from the 1st April till the 1st November 2014 The Foundation Claude Monet in Giverny and Protects Maintains the painter's home, Where he from 1883 Lived up to His death in 1926, together with His garden, qui he Transformed into a true work of art. Monet's family home houses the artist's remarkable 'studio-sitting room', as well as His outstanding collection of Japanese engravings. The gardens Consist of the 'Clos Normand' with icts neat, rectangular flowerbeds and the Water Garden, complete with oriental plants, weeping willows, a Japanese-style green bridge and of course, the water lilies.
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