Monet’s Home

7 Responses to “Monet’s Home”

  1. Linda Clark-Koball Says:

    One of the most beautiful places on Earth.

  2. lee strasburger Says:

    we want to see the rest of the house please, bedrooms?

  3. April in Paris… | Says:

    [...] Claude Monet lived and painted in Giverny for 43 years.  The house is most charming, certainly colorful like we do not often see in the US, yet looks so appropriate in the french countryside.  The gardens are out of this world.  I am hoping that some of the seeds I brought home from Giverny will transform my humble abode at 44 Farrar Road into such an estate.  I was very partial to Monet’s studio where replicas of his artwork hung in tiers.  It would be an interesting and striking way to display multiple pieces of art – like 10 plus pieces on one wall.  To see more photos from inside the house click here. [...]

  4. April in Paris… | BJTO Designs Says:

    [...] Claude Monet lived and painted in Giverny for 43 years. The house is most charming, certainly colorful like we do not often see in the US, yet looks so appropriate in the french countryside. The gardens are out of this world. I am hoping that some of the seeds I brought home from Giverny will transform my humble abode at 44 Farrar Road into such an estate. I was very partial to Monet’s studio where replicas of his artwork hung in tiers. It would be an interesting and striking way to display multiple pieces of art – like 10 plus pieces on one wall. To see more photos from inside the house click here. [...]

  5. Annette Says:

    Hi Ariane, I recently visited Monet’s home, and found it thoroughly amazing, like a step back in time. Your photos
    are beautiful. I am making a photobook of my trip to France, Germany and Austria. As you know photos inside
    the house are not allowed. I would very much appreciate your permission to put three of your photos in my book.
    The dining room, Monet’s bedroom and the kitchen. The book is for personal use only and will not be published.
    Thank you.

  6. Ariane Says:

    Please do, Annette, you are welcome. Thank you for asking.

  7. Michael Says:

    Hi Annette,

    These photos are marvelous. I am working with an author in the US who works in the Senate and is writing a book about art history and democracy. Would you be open to discuss conditions under which we could use a few of your photos in the book? If so, please let me know.

    Regards,
    Michael

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