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Monet's Eden

Sen is hallucinated with the idea of an artist who designs, creates and nurtures his own painting subject in Nature.

People generally buy real estate to build houses. But artist Claude Monet bought land in Giverny, 73 km from Paris, to design an ideal garden from where he could paint different themes. Monet was travelling by train when he spotted some lovely light falling in Giverny. So he returned here to make his garden and paint it.

Today after a hundred years of Monet’s Impressionism, you don’t just see his paintings but the origin of his painting source intact in his garden. This garden is very inspiring for Sen so he painted a series of paintings in his own style and colours based on Monet’s actual garden.