South Bank London

Jean-Marie Toulgouat: Gardening Giverny

An exhibition devoted to the garden paintings of the post-war French artist Jean-Marie Toulgouat.

Opening Hours

Open daily 10am–5pm.

Dates

13 Mar - 24 Apr 2024

Ticket Information

Museum entry costs £14, discounts for students, pensioners, children

Location Info

Address
Garden Museum, Lambeth Palace Road, London, UK

Born in Giverny in 1928, Jean-Marie Toulgouat grew up surrounded by Impressionist masterpieces and beautiful gardens. The great-grandson of Claude Monet (by marriage), he returned to Giverny in the 1960s, and was closely involved in the restoration of Monet’s gardens.

Toulgouat created his own distinctive oeuvre of vibrantly coloured oil paintings of the gardens at Giverny, capturing his personal relationship with the land.

This exhibition of Toulgouat's paintings at the Garden Museum is presented in collaboration with David Messum Fine Art.

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