Giverny is a small French village in Upper Normandy well known as the home of the French Impressionist Claude Monet (1840–1926). He bought a house there in 1883 and tended to its garden, whose ponds and water lilies became the subjects of his most famous paintings. By immortalizing that garden, Monet inspired generations of artists to come work there.
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