Monet Garden is located in the small town of Giverny, 70 km west of Paris. It is the former residence of the famous French painter Monet. The original intention of Monet to settle here is also very accidental. He was attracted by the tranquil atmosphere when he passed by the train, and he decided to move here until he died in 1926. He lived in this town for more than 40 years. Monet did not miss the wonderful fate of the town, and the town did not live up to Monet's love. Because Monet has done a lot of works that are important to him here.
Monet Garden is also a favorite spot in my trip to Paris. Although I couldn't reach Monet's understanding of tranquility, I really felt the inner peace that was hard to get anywhere else.
Reserved Monet's residence, the faade blends with the natural environment, like a painting that has been baptized over time. Entering the interior of Monets former residence, the printed curtains seem to bring us into Monets early morning sunrise. Here, I pay tribute to a master's painting, the antique study, which conveys Monet's daily life for more than 40 years. Coming out of Monets former residence, it is still peaceful and quiet everywhere. The extra-long park seats can also be gathered with two or three friends. There is no disturbance, and some are just a quiet time.
Giverny's Monet's house and garden
When I saw Monet's water lily and Nihonbashi in the art gallery, I was addicted to the fascinating light and shadow. I thought of what Monet actually saw? How did he capture the ever-changing colors of nature?
When I had the opportunity to visit France again, I came to Giverny, a town not far from Paris. Monet lived here for forty years until his death. There are a lot of tourists in the former residence. It is difficult to turn into this two-story building. I am really worried that it will collapse someday. The house leaves traces of the artist's life and restores the artist's creative space. There are various flowers in different seasons in the garden. Of course, the focus is on the water lily and the Japanese Bridge in the water garden.
On the way back from Rouen to Paris, you will pass through a small town surrounded by sunshine and flowers. The town is home to the Impressionist painter Monet and is inspired by the creation of many world-famous paintings. The town is famous for its global visitors, and the must-see destination is the Monets former residence. Its carefully crafted "Monet Garden".
This restaurant, Giverny, is a restaurant frequented by Monet. It is highly recommended, and its interiors show its history. The important thing is that the food tastes great. Its oil-sealed duck, the meat is fresh and tender, and the dessert is quite good. And very attitude, you must eat the main course to order dessert, you have to order it first. French-funded restaurants are rarely so particular, and they are all done by the guests.