Under a Monet Painting, Restorers Find New Water Lilies
Jun 6, 2019 | By: William Branson III, Inc.
By Nina Siegal - June 3, 2019
Researchers at a Dutch museum made a surprise discovery when they took a painting of wisteria off the wall for the first time since the 1960s.
THE HAGUE — The pioneering French Impressionist Claude Monet spent the final decades of his life obsessed with his gardens in Giverny, France, painting hundreds of images of water lilies and Japanese footbridges there. “For us it was a big surprise,” - READ MORE . . .