worldpaintings:

Claude Monet’s iconic 1907 painting ”Nymphéas” (“Water Lilies”), painted in his beloved garden Giverny, France, has been sold for $24 million to an undisclosed Asian buyer in the season-opening auction of impressionist and modern art at Christie’s. 
The work is part of heiress Huguette Clark’s estate and has been off the market since 1930. Now Christie’s is selling hundreds of items from Clark’s collection after a feud over her estate was settled in the fall. The Montana copper mining heiress died at 104 in 2011. Her father, U.S. Sen. William A. Clark, founded Las Vegas.
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cricrila70:

So beautiful …

wanderthewood:

Shades of Lavender - Snowshill Lavender Farm, Gloucestershire, England by whenigetaminute
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flowersgardenlove:

Monet in his garden Flowers Garden Love
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maxitendance:

Wollerton Old Hall by UltraPanavision
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audreylovesparis:

Monet’s Garden Inspiration in Giverny, France
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Canvas  by  andbamnan