Iconic French painter and the founder of
Monet painted some of his most acclaimed paintings in his garden while living at Giverny from 1883, until his death in 1926. With 500,000 visitors every year, Monet’s garden at Giverny is one of the most famous gardens in France. It’s made up of two parts: a flower garden called Clos Normand in front of the house and a Japanese-inspired water garden on the other side of the road.
Take a walk through Monet’s Garden with an infographic compiled by My Modern Met and learn why it remains one of the most visited gardens in all of France.
Claude Monet painted some of his most acclaimed paintings in his garden while living at Giverny. Learn more about why 500,000 people visit his garden each year in this infographic.