Ann Hoenigswald, senior conservator of paintings at the US National Gallery of Art, looks at “The Artist's Garden at Vetheuil” (1881) by Claude Monet, unframed, with a version held by the Norton Simon Museum in the background, at the National Gallery of Art's conservation laboratory in Washington. Photo: Agence France-Presse Ann Hoenigswald, senior conservator of paintings at the US National Gallery of Art, looks at “The Artist's Garden at Vetheuil” (1881) by Claude Monet, unframed, with a version held by the Norton Simon Museum in the background, at the National Gallery of Art's conservation laboratory in Washington. Photo: Agence France-Presse
Ann Hoenigswald, senior conservator of paintings at the US National Gallery of Art, looks at “The Artist's Garden at Vetheuil” (1881) by Claude Monet, unframed, with a version held by the Norton Simon Museum in the background, at the National Gallery of Art's conservation laboratory in Washington. Photo: Agence France-Presse
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Monet’s twin garden paintings are reunited for the first time

Both versions of ‘The Artist’s Garden at Vetheuil’ are being shown at the US National Gallery of Art in Washington

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Ann Hoenigswald, senior conservator of paintings at the US National Gallery of Art, looks at “The Artist's Garden at Vetheuil” (1881) by Claude Monet, unframed, with a version held by the Norton Simon Museum in the background, at the National Gallery of Art's conservation laboratory in Washington. Photo: Agence France-Presse Ann Hoenigswald, senior conservator of paintings at the US National Gallery of Art, looks at “The Artist's Garden at Vetheuil” (1881) by Claude Monet, unframed, with a version held by the Norton Simon Museum in the background, at the National Gallery of Art's conservation laboratory in Washington. Photo: Agence France-Presse
Ann Hoenigswald, senior conservator of paintings at the US National Gallery of Art, looks at “The Artist's Garden at Vetheuil” (1881) by Claude Monet, unframed, with a version held by the Norton Simon Museum in the background, at the National Gallery of Art's conservation laboratory in Washington. Photo: Agence France-Presse
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