This undated photo provided by the New York Botanical Garden shows Claude Monet's painting, "The Artist's Garden in Giverny," which is on display in a new exhibition at the New York Botanical Garden, in New York. Monet once said he owed becoming a painter to his love for flowers and the exhibit explores the French impressionist artist’s passion for his beloved water lilies, irises and gardens and how they influenced his art. (AP Photo/New York Botanical Garden)

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This undated photo provided by the New York Botanical Garden shows Claude Monet's painting, "The Artist's Garden in Giverny," which is on display in a new exhibition at the New York Botanical Garden, in New York. Monet once said he owed becoming a painter to his love for flowers and the exhibit explores the French impressionist artist’s passion for his beloved water lilies, irises and gardens and how they influenced his art. (AP Photo/New York Botanical Garden)
This undated photo provided by the New York Botanical Garden shows Claude Monet's painting, "The Artist's Garden in Giverny," which is on display in a new exhibition at the New York Botanical Garden, in New York. Monet once said he owed becoming a painter to his love for flowers and the exhibit explores the French impressionist artist’s passion for his beloved water lilies, irises and gardens and how they influenced his art. (AP Photo/New York Botanical Garden)
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