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A replica of the facade of French impressionist (Credit: AP)

A replica of the facade of French impressionist artist Claude Monet's pink stucco house is part of the “Monet's Garden” exhibit at The New York Botanical Garden. (May 26, 2012)

New York Botanical Garden: 'Monet's Garden'

On display through Oct. 21, the Monet's Garden exhibit at the New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx evokes the artist's garden at Giverny, his home in France from 1883 until his death in 1926.

A replica of a bridge on the property
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A replica of a bridge on the property of artist Claude Monet's home is part of the “Monet's Garden” exhibit at The New York Botanical Garden. (May 26, 2012)

A replica of the facade of French impressionist
(Credit: AP)

A replica of the facade of French impressionist artist Claude Monet's pink stucco house is part of the “Monet's Garden” exhibit at The New York Botanical Garden. (May 26, 2012)

Claude Monet's painting
(Credit: New York Botanical Garden)

Claude Monet's painting "The Artist's Garden in Giverny" is part of the "Monet's Garden" exhibit.

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A flower display is part of the Monet's
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A flower display is part of the Monet's Garden exhibit at the New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx. (May 26, 2012)

Visitors to the New York Botanical Garden in
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Visitors to the New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx walk through the Monet's Garden exhibit. (May 26, 2012)

French impressionist artist Claude Monet in his garden
(Credit: New York Botanical Garden)

French impressionist artist Claude Monet in his garden in Giverny, France. Monet once said he owed becoming a painter to his love for flowers.

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