Monet's "Waterlily Pond", painted 1899, was created by diverting a branch of the Epte.
|Source elevation||190 m|
|Avg. discharge||9.8 m³/s|
|Basin area||1,403 km²|
Claude Monet lived at Giverny near the river for more than forty years. In his garden, by diverting a branch of the Epte, he established a water garden with its famous water-lily pond and its Japanese-style bridge. The river appears in a number of his works, including Peupliers au bord de l'Epte.
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