Flowers and Words: Claude Monet: Gardens and forests

Posted November 05, 2017

The Garden Gate, Vetheuil

Alice Hoschedé in the Garden (1881)

Camille Monet in the Garden of Argenteuil (1876), Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Gladiolus (1876), Detroit Institute of Art

Monet's Garden at Giverny (1895)

The Artist's House at Argenteuil , The Art Institute of Chicago

Under the Lemon Trees (1884), Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen

The Willows at Vetheuil (1880), The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington

Weeping willow and water lily pond (1919), Columbus Museum of Art

Weeping willow (1918), Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth, USA )

A Pond Corner at Giverny (1918), Museum of Fine Arts of Grenoble

On the way in the forest (1876), Philadelphia Museum of Art

The Bodmer Oak in the Forest of Fontainebleau (1865), MOMA

Men Carrying Wood at Fontainebleau useum of Fine Arts

Yellow Lilies (1917), Musée Marmottan

In the Giverny Forest: Blanche Hoschedé with his Easel and Suzanne Hoschedé Reading (1887), Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Monet's garden in Argenteuil: Lunch (1873), Musée d'Orsay

Food on the grass in Chailly (1865-66), Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts , Moscow

Women in the Garden (1867), Musée d'Orsay

A Woman Reading (1872), The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore Waterlily and Waterfront (1900)

Japanese Bridge at Giverny (1918-24), The Minneapolis Institute of Arts

Glycine (1920), Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin, USA

Glycine (1925), Gemeentemuseum, The Hague, The Netherlands

The house among roses I (1925) ) The house seen from the rose garden I (1922-24)

The house seen from the rose garden I (1922-24)