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The water lilies are the subject of about 250 canvases painted by Claude Monet in his garden in Giverny. The impressionist artist wants to decorate this garden inspired by Japanese tradition, to relax and devote himself to his passion.
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The water lilies are the subject of about 250 canvases painted by Claude Monet in his garden in Giverny, not far from Paris, where he lives with his second wife Alice Hoschedé. The impressionist artist wants to decorate this garden inspired by Japanese tradition, to relax and devote himself to his passion. He paints the same corner in his garden by changing the shades of colour used, the point of view from which he portrays water and flowers and the light of the different hours of the day when he dedicates himself to his masterpieces. These paintings can be found in various museums all over the world, as well as in private collections.