Photos: "Monet's Gardens"

The New York Botanical Garden creates a replica of Giverny.

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The paintings of Japanese bridges and water lilies that hang in local museums' Impressionist collections have been brought to life at the New York Botanical Garden as part of the show "Monet's Gardens." The institution has created a replica of the artist's verdant home, Giverny, within its glass-walled Enid A. Haupt Conservancy. Monet's presence is felt in other parts of the institution as well, via both historical and current photography exhibits; two of his paintings are also on display.

 

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