The House Of Claude Monet is a Belgian jacquard wall tapestry. The artwork comes from an original painting by Claude Monet. Known as the Father of Impressionism, this work comes from his home in Giverny where he lived from 1883-1926 and his garden inspired him to make his best known works. Monet was born in Paris November 14, 1840 but he spent his childhood and adolescence in Le Havre. By 1860 he became friends with Renoir, Sisley and Manet. He is one of the first painters to emerge from the workshop.
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