Museum of American Arts, Giverny
"A century ago, American artists working together int the impressionist style formed a colony in Giverny, home to Claude Monet. In homage to historic presence, the MAAD has welcomed visitors to discover American art from 1750 to the present since 1992." The museum is closed between November and March!
The Américan Impressionist Museum shows many works made by Impressionist American Painters which came to France between the end of the 19th century and the begining of the 20th century. The museum tries to create a connection between the village of Giverny and the American that came to live here.
In the museum you can see La Tasse de Chocolat by Mary Cassatt, Automne à Giverny, la Nouvelle Lune by John Leslie Breck.
Giverny became the gathering place of American impressionists and perhaps the world-wide center of American Impressionism. The museum (est 1992) explores the connection between French and American arts.