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Can you imagine a lovelier place for a fine arts museum than Giverny? One hour from Paris and Rouen, in one of the most beautiful villages of Normandy, the museum focuses on the history of Impressionism and Post-Impressionism. Throughout exhibitions...more
All reviews small museum special exhibit on display current exhibit permanent collection is japanese artist monet's garden lovely museum combo ticket impressionist paintings visited this museum audio guide nice gift shop nice garden claude monet monet's home down the road
The museum was nice, but not very extensive. We did see an enlightening display of Henri-Edmond Cross works, which was really an introduction for us. It provided a foundation for his other works that we viewed during our trip. We also saw a Hiramatsu display...More
Thoroughly enjoyed looking round. All about one painter - Henry Edmund Cross. Not too big, though would really have liked to see some other impressionist painters represented. Nice restaurant to have tea/lunch with good service.
This is a tiny museum which I found only mildly interesting. Great way to skip the line at Monet’s gardens by buying both admissions here. The real highlights for me were the garden and the lovely lunch I had at the museum restaurant.
Great space for displaying impressionist art. Currently showing a large exhibition by Henri-Edmond Cross, and a small room of Japanese style water lilies by Hiramatsu. Gorgeous series of parterre gardens outside.
A day in Giverny is always a particular pleasure. Adjacent to the Monet Foundation (house and gardens) is the lovely Museum of Impressionism. Special exhibits are offered and the major one showing through 4 November is the works of Henri-Edmond Cross. They are well displayed,...More
This is always going to be a place playing second fiddle to the work over the road in the form of the gardens & Monet’s house.
But this is deserving of a visit. If only to see another side of the impressionist movement, another take...More