Thursday, June 21, 2012

Monet's Gardens at NYBG


The New York Botanical Gardens have recreated the gardens of Monet's Giverny in France. 
These gardens are a stunning tribute to the French Impressionist painter and avid gardener. 
What splendid gardens they have created! Paul Hayes Tucker is curator of this project
 and is lecturing on Monet's painting and gardens at the Botanical Gardens.
 There will be evening tours with concerts, poetry walks, 
the children's garden will have art classes for the children, there are featured films, 
and classes all exploring Monet's Gardens with methods on how to create some of the 
magic of theses gardens.  What an exciting exhibit, such beauty!






*Images Compliments of NY Times and Veranda

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

This garden is so beautiful. I bet is smells like heaven!

Frances Schultz said...

This is so gorgeous, thank you for posting it. What a treat. Even - or maybe especially - for those of us in New York who haven't been able to make it out to the Bronx yet to see it in person.

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