Together with the Le Havre caricatures of around 1858 and continuing through to the waterlilies, irises, Japanese bridges and rose arbours inspired by his garden at Giverny, the Museum presents:
- The works painted on the Normandy coast, the beach at Trouville, Camille, and the famous picture that gave impressionism its name: Impression: Sunrise.
- The Argenteuil canvases, walks and railway bridges, the fog at Vétheuil, the views of Paris, the Tuileries, the Saint-Lazare railway station.
- His travel souvenirs, the Houses of Parliament in London, Charing Cross Bridge, Mt. Kolsaas in Norway, Dolceacqua in Bordighera and many other paintings.
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