My love affair with France goes beyond Paris Fashion Week. It started when I was really young and my mom would talk to me about the world, different cultures and languages. Something I’m diligently doing with my own children! The love grew when I began studying art history, literature and philosophy… That was the moment I learned that there is nothing like experiencing the cultural side of a city, and its nearby towns.
Giverny, located in the northern side of France, is home to Claude Monet’s museum and famous gardens. Surrounded by beautiful water lilies dancing on the creeks, and flowers delicately moving with the breeze, I would have to say that is one of those places that should be on everyone’s bucket list.
Admiring the nature of this very quaint village, is to reminisce of the romantic impressionist paintings Monet left us. As a huge art fanatic, I have to admit that visiting his home made me understand why he was so infatuated with depicting the “seemingly” common process of flora transformation, which is in reality nothing short of breathtaking. I identify so much with the brightness of the colors that are complemented by the feminine silhouettes. Is a natural juxtaposition that speaks about the human spirit that can be strong and sensitive, courageous but kind, and resilient yet patient. All at the same time.
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Hay muchas razones por las que adoro Francia y van mas alla de la Semana De La Moda Parisina. Comenzó cuando mi mamá me empezó a hablar desde chiquita acerca del mundo, las distinta culturas y lenguages, y es algo que estoy pasando a mis hijos. El amor siguió creciendo mientras estudiaba filosofía, historia del arte y literatura… Ese fue el momento que aprendí que no hay nada mas especial que experimentar el lado cultural de un lugar. Giverny es un pequeño pueblo en el norte de Francia donde está el museo y los jardines de Claude Monet. Rodeado por nenúfares que bailan en el río y flores que se mueven delicadamente con la brisa, es uno de esos lugares que debe estar en la lista de viajes de todo el mundo
Admirar la naturaleza en la que Monet vivió es recordar sus románticas pinturas, y entender porque estaba tan enfatizado en poner sobre lienzo el proceso transformativo de la flora. Algo que parece poco interesante, pero que es en realidad totalmente extraordinario. Me identifico mucho con los colores vibrantes sobre siluetas femeninas. Es una yuxtaposición natural que habla sobre el espíritu humano y como puede ser fuerte pero sensible, valiente y amable, y determinado pero paciente. Todo al mismo tiempo!
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10 thoughts on “Monet with a Side of Leopard!”
The Museum of Claude Monet looks so beautiful and totally peaceful. Places like this are on my bucket list, I like being able to take beautiful pictures and enjoying a great scene. France has some really great places and such a great culture.
This looks beautiful and I love your look, too! Comfortable, stylish and fun! Love your hair color, too!
First, the color of your hair is stunning! Secondly, you are beautiful and your photos are amazing! I love all the nature that you are surrounded by! It’s so beautiful! I would love to go to Paris one day! Ahh, It would be amazing! Maybe. That is all I can hope for right now is maybe one day! Thank you so much for sharing!
I have seen a few paintings by Monet when visiting art museums during my trips, but not abroad. He’s one of those painters that you hear about often, and many people can recognize his style. I like the purples shown in the Pathway In Monet’s Garden At Giverny, as well as his work with water lilies.
I’ve never visited this place but I’m sure I’d like it judging by the pictures of beautiful surroundings you show in this post. Being in nature is so creative, no wonder many artists find themselves inspired to create more art!
I have always wanted to travel more and these photos just gave me inspiration for my bucket list. The scenery is quite beautiful and the colors are so vibrant! Your outfits are perfect examples of cute but comfy clothes for traveling.
You look great on that outfit, I love the jacket and the color of your hair! The place looks so relaxing and beautiful!
Wow how pretty you are! I love the scenery as well! Something about beautiful flowers just makes me so happy! Thanks so much for sharing it with us! It really inspires me to start up my garden and to go out and visit nature for what it is. It is just so beautiful and inspirational!
I love France and the culture of the country!!! I have never been big into the fashion part of it though. The food cuisine is my favorite part of the country and as well as the history!
OMG… this looks so gorgeous! It looks so peaceful, I am not familliar with arts or literature but I sure know beauty when I see it 😉