“I want to paint like this like a bird sings.” Claude Monet
The art of Claude Monet (1840-1926) is the epitome of impressionism. Monet loved nature, the sea and especially his self-designed, flowering garden with Japanese bridges and ponds full of water lilies in Giverny. During his long life as a painter, he tirelessly searched for ways to portray the changeability of light and colors in many atmospheric variations and at different times of the day.
You can also live like Monet, in a lush green garden that blooms colorfully depending on the season, in the beach villa Hubertus. In this fine suite with dining area in the charming bay window, you can watch the sun play through the trees from midday to sunset. Find your favorite spot in the secluded park or surrounded by imaginative floral patterns on comfortable, stylish seating in your temporary suite... or just a few steps on the beach.
“The artist’s task is to represent what is between the object and the artist, namely the beauty of the atmosphere.” Claude Monet