Gardens in Impressionist Art

Maureen Little

Notice Period:
Short (maybe less than one month's notice)
Paid: Negotiable
1st January 2018
Impressionist Art | Gardens | Art

Most of us are aware of Monet's depictions of his wonderful garden at Giverny, but there are many other Impressionist artists who used gardens as their inspiration. Find out more about some of them in this illustrated talk.

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About Maureen Little

Maureen is a published author with a number of books on horticultural subjects to her name. In addition, she has contributed to the national gardening magazine, The English Garden. Her specialism is gardening for bees, but she has also written on herbs and perennials. Having lectured at university, Maureen is an accomplished speaker and has given talks at the Royal Horticultural Society's flagship garden at Wisley, as well as at the RHS Show at Tatton Park. She has also spoken at the Herb Society's AGM and at The Garden Museum. Maureen is a full Member of the Chartered Institute of Horticulture and a full Member of the Garden Media Guild. Maureen offers a number of talks, most of which are listed below. If you would like a bespoke talk, or any further information please visit or contact George on 07507 418905 to have a chat about availability and fees. Maureen is based in Lancashire but is willing to travel nation-wide.

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