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Impressionnism

The Secret Herb Garden of Giverny

Claude Monet and Jean-Pierre Hoschedé as Herbalists

07.11 — 11.15

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This exhibition highlights the scholarly microcosm that surrounded Claude Monet and his son-in-law Jean-Pierre Hoschedé, a member of France’s botanical society, thanks to plates showing the herbal garden in Giverny, which were made during the 1890s.

Internet : https://museumderouen.fr/fr

Keywords : Garden, Nature

Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle de Rouen

198 rue Beauvoisine
76000 Rouen
07.11 - 11.15 13:30-17:30
Tarif plein : 11€
Tarif réduit : 8€
Accessible for disabled persons
Practical informations :
▶︎ From Tuesday to Saturday from 1.30pm to 5.30pm, Sundays from 2pm to 6pm.
▶︎ Closed on Mondays and on May 1st.
  • Papaver Moneti, 30 juin 1897, Eure, Giverny, dans le jardin de M. Claude Monet où cet hybride s’est produit naturellement

  • Hoschedé Blanche, Le Jardin de Monet, inv. D.1956.1

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