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  • Ele Dori

    Italian Vintage Photographs ~ #Italy #Italian #vintage #photographs #family #history #culture ~ Claude Monet and Alice Hoschedé Monet in Piazza San Marco, Venice, October 6, 1908.

  • Stevenie Tremblay

    Monsieur & Madame Monet. Claude Monet with a pigeon on his head. With Alice Hoschedé Monet in Piazza San Marco, Venice, October 6, 1908

  • freckleface :)

    Monsieur & Madame Monet enjoy the Birds in Venice, 1908. I don't know who these people are but I like this photo. It reminds me of Mary poppins

  • Jacqueline Corbett

    Love people who love feeding and interacting with birds! Especially when it's the great artist Claude Monet and Alice Hoschedé Monet in Piazza San Marco, Venice, October 6, 1908.

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"People discuss my art and pretend to understand as if it were necessary to understand, when it's simply necessary to love." - Claude Monet