Monet in Liguria

The Mall Luxury Outlets and Moleskine embark together on a special project: a travel diary to explore Florence and Sanremo. The most interesting stories, the most beautiful places, the must-try restaurants and venues, described through the eyes and drawings of a young globetrotter and beauty lover. In addition, 4 original videos, in order to experience the best that these wonderful cities have to offer and which makes them truly unique.

Monet in Liguria
The places that bewitched the father of Impressionism.

In 1884, Claude Monet painted 38 canvases between Bordighera and Dolceacqua. Carlo Bagnasco, the president of today’s Fondazione Pompeo Mariani, whose garden attracted the great artist, takes us on a tour of these places which, as Monet himself wrote, “seem to have been made especially for en plein air painting”.