The garden at Claude Monet’s house in Giverny, France. As well as the famous lily pond, the Impressionist painter’s 1-hectare included flowers - which he grew for still-life painting in the winter - and vegetables.
The garden at Claude Monet’s house in Giverny, France. As well as the famous lily pond, the Impressionist painter’s 1-hectare included flowers - which he grew for still-life painting in the winter - and vegetables.
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Cod cooked Cézanne’s way, Monet’s Yorkshire pudding and bouillabaisse – a dish he served Renoir – and other recipes inspired by the Impressionist painter’s garden at Giverny

  • The Impressionist artist was a lover of food, and grew the flowers and produce featured in his still-life paintings in his large garden at Giverny, France
  • A cookbook inspired by Monet, his cooking journals and his friends includes Cézanne’s recipe for cod, and a Frenchified English dish for which he had a passion

The garden at Claude Monet’s house in Giverny, France. As well as the famous lily pond, the Impressionist painter’s 1-hectare included flowers - which he grew for still-life painting in the winter - and vegetables.
The garden at Claude Monet’s house in Giverny, France. As well as the famous lily pond, the Impressionist painter’s 1-hectare included flowers - which he grew for still-life painting in the winter - and vegetables.
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