“Monet: the water garden at Giverny” at The National Gallery room 43

Me and Monet :)

Me and Monet 🙂

I recently visited room 43 at The National Gallery where they have placed paintings that Monet painted at his water garden together. Its not the entire room, but more like half of a big room, but that half is so serene and beautiful. I wish they would keep the paintings together like this always, its so interesting to see them side by side, they are each very different, but a part of each other and they belong together. They are painted at different years (two were 20 years apart!) so you can really see the journey of Monet’s painting style, its so super fascinating! The exhibition is free of charge, photography friendly and absolutely delightful.

detail monet

Detail of an amazing Monet painting in the room

detail monet

Detail of an Monet, this is actually water — love the colours!!!

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