Hall of Fame - Perspectives No. 386
Hall of Fame
Perspectives No. 386
Detail from Nymphaea Claude Monet
Claude Monet was posthumously inducted into the Waterlily Hall of Fame at a presentation held in Giverny, France, early this summer (2019). The award was presented by Susan Davis of Lawrence Kansas, President of the International Water Garden Society (IWGS). It was received by Philippe Piguet, Monet’s great-grandson. The ceremony was held at Giverny, Monet’s home for over 40 years and was attended by water plant experts from four continents. Davis spoke to the group about the impact that Monet’s paintings had not only on the art world but also on garden and water garden enthusiasts.
Susan Davis Presents the IWGS Hall of Fame Award to Philippe Piguet
From the IWGS induction ceremony:
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