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0120161205

012016120520161206 (R4)

How did painter Claude Monet first settle in his house at Giverny?

0120161205

The story of Claude Monet's later years and the famous paintings he produced at home in Giverny, abridged in five parts by Katrin Williams:

In the 1890's the painter and his large family move to the famous town, and over the years the gardens at his house become lush, exotic

and famous for pictures of water lilies and weeping willows - part of 'le grand decoration'. But how did it all start?

Reader Allan Corduner

Producer Duncan Minshull.

012016120520161206 (R4)

The story of Claude Monet's later years and the famous paintings he produced at home in Giverny, abridged in five parts by Katrin Williams:

In the 1890's the painter and his large family move to the famous town, and over the years the gardens at his house become lush, exotic

and famous for pictures of water lilies and weeping willows - part of 'le grand decoration'. But how did it all start?

Reader Allan Corduner

Producer Duncan Minshull.

How did painter Claude Monet first settle in his house at Giverny?

012016120520161206 (R4)

The story of Claude Monet's later years and the famous paintings he produced at home in Giverny, abridged in five parts by Katrin Williams:

In the 1890's the painter and his large family move to the famous town, and over the years the gardens at his house become lush, exotic

and famous for pictures of water lilies and weeping willows - part of 'le grand decoration'. But how did it all start?

Reader Allan Corduner

Producer Duncan Minshull.

0220161206

0220161206

The story of Monet's later years and the famous paintings he produced at home in Giverny:

Word war 1 rages and has taken away many of the workers from his gardens. But the painter receives his friends and visitors and doggedly gets on with his 'grande decoration'

Reader Allan Corduner

Producer Duncan Minshull.

022016120620161207 (R4)

World War I rages but in his gardens, the illustrious painter gets on with his new project

The story of Monet's later years and the famous paintings he produced at home in Giverny:

Word war 1 rages and has taken away many of the workers from his gardens. But the painter receives his friends and visitors and doggedly gets on with his 'grande decoration'

Reader Allan Corduner

Producer Duncan Minshull.

022016120620161207 (R4)

World War I rages but in his gardens, the illustrious painter gets on with his new project

0320161207

032016120720161208 (R4)

Monet's new works are so big, he must come inside to complete them.

0320161207

The story of Claude Monet's later years and the famous paintings he produced at home in Giverny:

To accommodate the enormous canvases he's working on, the painter must get approval to extend his studios. The new space will become the size of an aircraft hangar, as 'la grande decoration' proceeds..

Reader Allan Corduner

Producer Duncan Minshull.

032016120720161208 (R4)

The story of Claude Monet's later years and the famous paintings he produced at home in Giverny:

To accommodate the enormous canvases he's working on, the painter must get approval to extend his studios. The new space will become the size of an aircraft hangar, as 'la grande decoration' proceeds..

Reader Allan Corduner

Producer Duncan Minshull.

Monet's new works are so big, he must come inside to complete them.

0420161208

042016120820161209 (R4)

Monet comes under pressure from George Clemenceau to donate some canvases to the state.

0420161208

The story of Claude Monet's later years and the famous paintings he produced at home in Giverny:

The painter is under pressure from his friend George Clemenceau to donate some canvases to the state. At the same time he meets one of the world's wealthiest collectors, Kojiro Matsukata from Tokyo.

Reader Allan Corduner

Producer Duncan Minshull.

042016120820161209 (R4)

The story of Claude Monet's later years and the famous paintings he produced at home in Giverny:

The painter is under pressure from his friend George Clemenceau to donate some canvases to the state. At the same time he meets one of the world's wealthiest collectors, Kojiro Matsukata from Tokyo.

Reader Allan Corduner

Producer Duncan Minshull.

Monet comes under pressure from George Clemenceau to donate some canvases to the state.

0520161209

052016120920161210 (R4)

Monet's cataracts worsen, leading to a disintegration of solid forms.

0520161209

The story of Claude Monet's later years and the famous paintings he produced at home in Giverny:

His cataracts are worsening, which leads to a disintegration of solid forms, but an intensity of vision. Should he visit a doctor in Paris? And what about his donation of paintings to the Orangerie after his death?

Reader Allan Corduner

Producer Duncan Minshull.

052016120920161210 (R4)

The story of Claude Monet's later years and the famous paintings he produced at home in Giverny:

His cataracts are worsening, which leads to a disintegration of solid forms, but an intensity of vision. Should he visit a doctor in Paris? And what about his donation of paintings to the Orangerie after his death?

Reader Allan Corduner

Producer Duncan Minshull.

Monet's cataracts worsen, leading to a disintegration of solid forms.