Monet in Normandy: The Making of Impressionism
Claude Monet bought his house in Giverny seven years after he first started renting it. He worked hard to create the gardens, later featured in his paintings, around his home.
After he moved to the town that would be most associated with him, Monet worked hard to design the waterlily pond and gardens immortalized in his later paintings. In the last of three stories, Susan Stamberg visits Monet's home at Giverny, where he spent nearly half his life.