Image: Pipo Nguyen-duy, “Untitled 01,” Monet’s Garden, Giverny, 1998, Cyanotype (Unique), 15 x 11.5 inches.
These images of botanical specimens were made by artist Pipo Nguyen-duy in Claude Monet’s garden during his residency in France through The Lila Wallace-Reader’s Digest Artists at Giverny Fellowship.
Born in Hue, Vietnam, Nguyen-duy immigrated to the United States as a political refugee, and is now a professor at Oberlin College in Ohio. He has received many awards and grants including a prestigious Guggenheim Fellowship in Photography and a National Endowment for the The Arts.
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