February 17, 2011

Monet's Studio

9 comments:

Tess Kincaid said...

Amazing image. So much to investigate.

Lorenzo — Alchemist's Pillow said...

Wonderful photo. Whose the photographer, do you know? There is such an uncanny lack of resemblance to my studio!

Hels said...

ooohhh you cannot do that - show a super image then not say where it is, when Monet lived there, whether visitors are welcome or not. I know Monet was a grand old age (86) when he died in the 1920s so I am guessing from the photo that it was WW1 ish?

Super image!

Giulia said...

...at Giverny? Or ou?

Cheers.

Nancy said...

Would that mine looked so neat and so full of cozy nooks. Thanks for sharing.

le chat said...

What about your own studio, Pup?

The Clever Pup said...

I can remember where I found the picture but this is Giverny. I bin there, I has.

Ima Wizer said...

Golly, so wonderful!!!!

ecrivain said...

I've been there too and made a snapshot of my wife on the Japanese bridge. I've still not decided whether the green wooden rowboat on the shore was a prop (the design was somewhat timeless) or was transport for workers maintaining the lake. I like your blog, newly discovered here.