Claude Monet moved with his family to Giverny in 1883 and lived there until his death in 1926. In the small town northwest of Paris, he created a spectacular garden that is still a major attraction for all who love nature and art. This garden was one of the main sources of inspiration for the master.
Yorgos shares the same passion for nature. Many of his works reflect images of flora, the underwater and of geological gems. But for this 2016 commission, installed in a London private garden, Yorgos sought inspiration in Monet’s paintings of the Giverny garden. The three circular panels can be seen as œil de bœufs giving you a peek into the radiant colours of the Giverny in full bloom.