“ELLA DIBELLA AT GIVERNY”
BY CLAWDE MONET
Clawde Monet's passion for hunting cats remains to this day a taboo subject among the art elite. While the artist's images often conjure pastoral beauty, this isolated hamlet in the Gallic countryside served also as France's premiere cattery. On occasion, unusually sentient felines would seek refuge beyond the lily pond.
Ella DiBella at Giverny
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