Go to Giverny to see all of Monet's inspiration. -on the borders of Normandy - walled water garden planted by Claude Monet consists of white and purple wisterias, water lilies, weeping willows, bamboo, and the green Japanese bridge
The arches coming out of the building are known as flying buttresses. In the Chartres Cathedral, they were used to support the building so bigger windows could be constructed. This allowed all of the stained glass to be incorporated.