Claude Monet's Waterlillies hung in National Gallery of Australia

Sally Pryor
Updated June 1 2019 - 10:31am, first published 12:00am

The artist Claude Monet once wrote that his only merit had been to "paint directly in front of nature, seeking to render my impressions of the most fleeting effects".

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Sally Pryor

Sally Pryor

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As features editor at The Canberra Times, I love telling people things they didn't know - or even things they've always known - about the city we live in.

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