Claude and Camille are portrayed at age eight in Monet's famous gardens. Although I am jumping ahead to his later famous lily scenes, it places these to in the most famous reference to their interesting love story. This shows a young Claude almost lost in the scene, having an immersive adventure in the very pond that he painted several times later in his career. Camille looks on with a relaxed interest, looking very carefree.
Summer Morrison paints a floral explosion from the mind of Claude Monet. Another step forward in her time lapse videos, this time she compressed over 11 hours of painting into under 7 minutes. Stop by http://SummerMorrison.com/kids/claude-monet/ to see the finished piece as well as some additional illustrations.