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Monet’s unquiet heart, in Étretat 

  The Cliff, Étretat, Sunset, was painted in the early months of 1883, a time Monet would always remember with unease. The painting looks out to sea at the Porte d'Aval arch overlapping Aiguille, a tall rock spire. Next to them the dark orange sun like a burning coal, is set

Watercolours of Normandy by Gordon C. Home – guest artist blogger

Our guest blogger is Gordon Cochrane Home.  An artist, traveller and writer, Gordon visited Normandy at the beginning of the 20th century. This week Gordon is sharing illustrations of chateau Gaillard, Saint-Lô, Ouistreham, Domfront, Vire, Rouen and a Normandy farm. These paintings first appeared in his book 'Normandy Illustrated, the Scenery & Romance

A tidily dressed man, in Honfleur

Or, the passions of Fernand Herbo. This post appeared in our original blog Honfleur Then and Now, in 2012. Walking around Le Vieux Basin in Honfleur is often a chance to admire artists at work, as they endeavour to capture the shimmering light and remarkable landscape of this ancient port.  Today's postcard

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