Monet’s Garden at Giverny

Peter Webb
14 Jul 2020 6:00pm - 7:00pm
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Peter Webb by David Hockney,
coloured ink, 1982

In 1890 the Impressionist painter Claude Monet bought a property at Giverny, a village to the northwest of Paris. He redesigned the grounds and diverted water from a nearby stream to create a lily pond with a Japanese bridge. In these gardens he found an infinite source of creative inspiration for his late paintings, nowadays considered his greatest achievements.

Talks start at 6.00pm each Tuesday and will be delivered by Zoom. There will be a short question and answer session at the end, using the Chat facility on Zoom.

Please register for a Tuesday Talk by noon on the day of the talk.

Zoom invitations will be sent out on the afternoon of the talk.

NB Start time: 6.00pm
Waiting Room open 5 minutes before.
Booking will close at 12 noon.