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Cache of Monets at the Musée Marmottan Monet in Paris

I enjoyed Donna Kato's article "As Glamorous as Louvre, but Without the Crowds" [June 7]. I'd like to add one more Paris museum to her list. The Musée Marmottan Monet is named after Paul Marmottan, who donated his beautiful home to house his collections. In 1966, when Monet's son Michel died in an automobile accident, the museum received more than 130 works by the artist, including "Impression, Sunrise," from which the Impressionist movement is said to have gotten its name. Besides the well-known water lilies and paintings of the artist's house in Giverny, France, you'll also see Renoir's portrait of Monet. Info:...