The Impressionist movement is named after Claude Monet's Impression, sunrise painted in 1872 in Le Havre.
As for Giverny, where Monet lived for many years, it has become a very popular place to visit for art lovers.
The second edition of the Normandy Impressionist Festival will be held in 2013, from 27th April to 29th September.
What is the Impressionist movement? Where are the iconic places?
This film is dedicated to Impressionism
Explore Giverny, Le Havre's MuMa, Honfleur, Rouen and Caen as if you were actually there!
With notably the André Malraux Museum - MuMa - in Le Havre which hosts the second biggest Impressionist collection after the Musée d'Orsay
In view of the success of the 1st edition in 2010, a 2nd edition of the Festival Normandie Impressionniste will be held from April to September 2013, with water as its central theme
Unusual experiences and memorable visits