Virtual tour of Monet's house in Giverny

The Fondation Monet opens its doors for virtually everyone to visit Monet's home in Giverny, where the Impressionist painter spent the last four decades of his life.

You know Monet’s house in Giverny, depicted many times in the French painter’s paintings and famous for its wonderful garden full of flowers, including water lilies, and the ever-present Japanese bridge?

The Fondation Monet has provided a virtual tour for everyone to enter Monet’s house from your home.

It starts on the ground floor and moves to the large yellow dining room, the kitchen featuring a riot of blue and white majolica tiles, the small blue living room that holds his collection of prints, and the study room, where the painter created many of his masterpieces. There is also no shortage of Japanese works for which Monet had a predilection. Going to the upper floor of the building, one then enters the bedrooms and bathrooms.

The famous Impressionist painter lived here forty years of his existence, from 1883 to 1926, until his death.

On the Foundation’s website , it is also possible to learn details and trivia related to this dreamy place: from the Jardin d’Eau, Giverny flowers, the house, the relationship between the painter and his garden, and interviews. A true immersive journey into his world.

The virtual tour can be accessed from here.

Virtual tour of Monet's house in Giverny
Virtual tour of Monet's house in Giverny

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