"In the rigid world of the cinema, my painting was necessarily held in check. It wasn't until I decided to break away from my exclusive concentration on film work and take up easel painting in my spare time that I found so many other challenges to stimulate my mind."
"It was years later, in Monet's garden at Giverney, that I found all the components - all they needed was to be assembled in the right order. The beauty of Monet's garden was the lack of formalism, the set of rules not visible, an infinite variety of ways to assemble a painting."
Peter also documented Winnie the Pooh, Piglet, and Christopher Robin's visit to Giverny
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