Camille Monet at Giverny by Richard Mitchell

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Title: Camille Monet at Giverny
Artist: Richard Mitchell
Width: 103.0cm Height: 82.0cm
Style: Impressionist
Original, Oil on Canvas
Frame: Gold Wood
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Description: This picture is an invention because Camille Monet never lived at Giverny. Claude Monet married Camille Doncieux in 1870 and they lived in Argenteuil, then V├ętheuil. In 1879 Camille became ill and died. Monet married again and moved to Giverny, home of the water-lily ponds. This painting shows the grand avenue leading to the front door, with Camille in it, as she so easily might have been.
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