Blanche’s Bedroom

by Ariane ~ April 4, 2014

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Blanche Hoschedé-Monet was at the same time Monet’s step-daughter, because he married her mother, and his daughter in law, because she married his son. She inhabited Monet’s house at Giverny until she died in 1947, taking loving care of the estate.

Her bedroom has been restored this winter and is now opened to the public. The furniture -bed, commode, bed table- had been left in the house. What was missing was carefully hunted in antique shops. The result is very charming, lively and poetic. On the walls hang several authentic paintings, including a Grainstack, snow effect (circa 1890) by Blanche, who was Monet’s pupil, and a Mother and Child (circa 1906) by Manzana-Pissarro.

One Response to “Blanche’s Bedroom”

  1. CC Says:

    Hi sir:
    I’m a chinese, I like monet’s paints. I will go to the monet’s garden in the future.I like your articles too.

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