Claude Monet,Monet's garden, Giverny,1902, l’Österreichische Vienna
Claude Monet is a French painter and pioneer of Impressionism. Born in Paris in 1840, he died in Giverny in 1926, where he lived for more than forty years, creating gardens of flowers and water as veritable works of art.
This oil on canvas represents one of the favourite vantage points for visitors to Giverny who come to discover the painter's incredible garden.
The painting reflects Monet's interest in light and its variations throughout the day. Shadows and reflections are painted with great delicacy, as in our bouquet where pink lisianthus and bright red mini carnations mingle with beautiful pink clematis in a play of light and shadow.
In this painting, Monet sought to create an impression of movement and life in the garden, which we've captured in our bouquet with the few limoniums that enhance the composition in deep pink and the sprigs of asparagus that convey the movement of the trees.
With this composition, we invite you to experience the freshness of a summer in the countryside.
Each season, Aquarelle's florists are committed to offering you a collection of bouquets inspired by works of art by great painters.
Like a painter who uses canvas, brushes and paints to create his work, our florists have designed and composed the bouquets in the collection using a palette of fresh flower colours.
The approach is the same, the gestures similar, the creation unique and personal.
Instructions for care
How to keep cut flowers fresh
- Cut the tie surrounding the stems
- Clean the stems, removing any leaves that will be immersed in water.
- Trim the stems according to the height of your vase.
- Fill the vase with fresh water.
- Add the sachet of plant food provided.
- Change the water and trim the stems every 2 days