Tag Archives: Giverny

L’âme d’une fleur parle au cœur d’une femme

For the past few blog posts, I’ve been writing about a trip to Nancy before my summer job begins. Now it’s possible that quite a different opportunity might be unfolding. This is the seventieth anniversary of the Allied offensive to … Continue reading

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Ne pas pouvoir voir quelqu’un en peinture

French Impressionist painter Claude Monet was born on November 14, 1840. It was one of his paintings, Impression, Sunrise that gave the movement its name. A native of Le Havre, Monet developed his penchant for painting outdoors from his friend … Continue reading

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