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2009-05-14 13:49:59
those I love your pictures more than Gothic:) I just prefer more color
2009-05-14 13:16:15
Very nice, I would love to see this in person, your'e really on a roll with these garden pics!
2009-05-14 13:09:29
"The general aspect of the garden, especially the little green bridge, gave it the name "Japanese garden" in the area. Mr. Hayashi, the organizer from Japan at the Paris exposition of 1900, was also struck by this resemblance, which Monet said he hadn't sought after at all. He nonetheless had a deep love for Japan." (Maurice Kahn) Monet made a massive collection of Japanese prints, which he hung all round his house - every wall is plastered with them. Some of the design elements portrayed in them is bound to have entered his subconscious mind when designing his garden.