Claude Monet subject of latest Edmund Lecture at West Suffolk College

Impressionist Claude Monet spent the last 43 years of his life at Giverny in France, creating his beautiful and famous gardens, one of the most visited in the world, but few people know there is a connection with Suffolk.

Garden historian and designer Caroline Holmes, who lives near Bury St Edmunds,  explores how Suffolk plant science in the 19th century  helped create Monet’s water lilies in the latest free Edmund Lecture on Wednesday, January 31, at the University of Suffolk at West Suffolk College.

The Edmund Lectures are held in the lecture theatre in Suffolk House, the university building at West Suffolk College, Out Risbygate, Bury St Edmunds.

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