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La malédiction de Giverny. Vivre dans un tableau impressionniste

Abstract : Giverny is a Norman village that for more than forty-three years (1883 to 1926) was the principal residence of leading Impressionist painter Claude Monet. Giverny is presented as an extraordinary creation of a great artist; it is imbued with an idealized, romantic image that feeds the myth of an enchanted garden that everyone must go see. The authors examine the reality of a place torn between tourism development and the welfare of its residents. It’s undoubtedly a place to see, but is it a place to live?
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Adeline Clerc-Florimond, Lylette Lacôte-Gabrysiak. La malédiction de Giverny. Vivre dans un tableau impressionniste. Communication - Information, médias, théories, pratiques, 2020, Croire en la technologie : médiatisation du futur et futur de la médiatisation, 37 (1), pp.[En ligne]. ⟨10.4000/communication.11613⟩. ⟨hal-02973730⟩



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