Gregory Paul Learmonth's Gallery
Gallery About the Artist
Hornsea Mere. (2019)
Second studio in Monet's garden (2017)
Claude Monet told everyone, especially reporters, that he never had a studio in order to maintain his image as the artist who always painted outside. In the last forty three years of his life he lived in the village of Giverny in Normandy where he had three studios! (Acrylic on canvas).
La Grande Allee. The main path in Monet's garden. (2021)
leading to the front door of Monet's house is a flower coated path that used to be lined with pine trees when he first moved into the house in 1883. After a few years he and after many arguments with his second wife Alice decided to have them chopped down in order that more light would get to his flowers. (Acrylic on board).