ClaudeMonet.org The Official Site for Organization Claude Monet has Just Been Launched--Membership is Free

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ClaudeMonet.org is The Official site for Organization Claude Monet. Membership is free. At ClaudeMonet.org for the first time Claude Monet's passion for Art, Cuisine, Gardens and Giverny can be shared by all. CLAUDEMONET.ORG the Official Site for Organization Claude Monet and was formed to inspire, support and create a site where all of the interests and those interested in Claude Monet could finally have this site devoted to Monet.

ClaudeMonet.org The Official site for Organization Claude Monet has just been launched. Membership is free. At ClaudeMonet.org for the first time Claude Monet's passion for Art, Cuisine, Gardens, travel and his home and gardens in Giverny can be celebrated and shared by all.

http://www.CLAUDEMONET.ORG the Official Site for Organization Claude Monet was formed to inspire, support and bring together all those interested in the many worlds of Claude Monet. Do you love Monet's art, art in general, gardens and gardening, travel, fine cuisine, beautiful flowers, champagne, chocolate, wine, delicious cheese and beautiful homes? Then you are walking in the steps of Claude Monet and reawakeing many of his passions. Monet created his home and Gardens in Giverny as an oasis for all the wonderful things life has to offer. He chose Normandy, where he was born to settle and create his special world. As he dined on the wonderful Camembert cheese of Normandy and sipped his favorite champagne or Calvados, when the right light effect was present, nothing would stop him from running to his canvases and capturing the effect. That is what Impressionism is all about, the light effect. This site allows you to experience the totality of the life of Claude Monet.

http://www.ClaudeMonet.org is the gateway to Monet's Palate TM, http://www.Monetspalate.com where all of the worlds CLAUDE MONET enjoyed and was passionate about intersect and your journey begins. By joining the mailing list at Monetspalate.com you automatically become a member of http://www.ClaudeMonet.org and will be kept informed of all that is happening at Organization Claude Monet and enhance your life experience.

Claudemonet.org coupled with the many worlds of Monet's Palate TM will fill the void that was needed with respect to Claude Monet on the world-wide web. MEMBERSHIP IS FREE when you join Monet's Palate's mailing list. For the very first time those who love Claude Monet will have a place to interact, share art, cooking and gardening tips at the message center and learn all about Claude Monet. In addition, a portion of the sales from items offered at http://www.monetspalate.com relating to Claude Monet are available. These items include the JUST released film Monet’s Palate TM - A Gastronomic View from the Gardens of Giverny with Meryl Streep, Daniel Boulud, Alice Waters, Joachim Pissarro, Steve Wynn, Anne Willan, Michel Richard, Roger Verge (and of course Claude Monet).

The film looks at the palate to palette connection bewteen great artists and chefs as seen through the eyes of Monet. MONET'S PALATE TM. In addition, Monet’s Palate TM Floral Bouquets, Flowers, House wares, Champagne, Chocolate, Monet’s Palate TM Note Cards, cook books, Monet's Palate TM Collectibles and fine wine and champagne are just a few of the items for sale at Monetspalate.com. A portion of the profits from the sale of these items will be donated to the Musee D' Art Americain-Giverny, 99 Rue Claude Monet, Giverny France or you can donate directly to this wonderful Museum. The museum is devoted to the art and artists that walked in the steps of Monet. When Claude Monet moved to Giverny in 1883, many American and European artists settled down in the village until World War II and formed an important colony of impressionist painters. This colony of artists developed itself around painters like Theodore Robinson, Lilla Cabot Perry, Frederick MacMonnies, Frederick Carl Frieseke, etc.

ClaudeMonet.org and MonetsPalate.com are proud to help the tradition Claude Monet started in his small town in Normandy, Giverny France.

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