|Subject: Impressionists' River Seine|
An article from the Christian Science Monitor about the
locations along the Seine where the Impressionists painted.
It suggests in particular the areas where Monet and Renoir
roamed more than a hundred years ago: the island of Chatou
and the towns of Bougival and Port-Marly.
I have visited Monet's garden and home at Giverny and as the days get shorter and darker, it is wonderful to recall the beautiful garden.
I found also another site about the impressionists in Normandy. http://tinyurl.com/6p3pb What about other art locations? Suggestions, comments? Frances Toronto, Canada