Painting from ‘Flowers and the Botanical World’ collection by Daria Bagrintseva.
The vast estate of the Château of Cheverny, whose white facade inspired Hergé's drawing of the home of Tintin's friend, Captain Haddock, contains a sea of lawns, a large park and beautiful gardens.
Expertly designed Vegetable Garden, where flowers grow alongside the vegetables and various decorative materials have been used for their colors. Flowers can be found everywhere
around the castle in fine, highly attractive bouquets.
Between the château and the Orangerie, the strictly contemporary "Jardin des Apprentis" ("Apprentices' Garden") has been designed around a central axis planted with wisteria. The flowers in pastel colors all around it form a romantic tableau.
Cheverny (120x120cm / 47x47")
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