Thursday, June 7, 2012

NPR: Monet's Green Thumb: How Art Grew From A Garden, by Margot Adler

Click here to listen to Margot Adler's NPR story on Monet's Garden at The New York Botanical Garden.

"The gardens and the paintings were so inextricably wound in Monet's life and his work and his mind," Paul Hayes Tucker, a Monet expert and the exhibition's curator, says "[that] the gardens themselves become like a living work of art — like a still life."

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