The two young women taking a stroll in Cliff Walk at Pourville are probably Marthe and Blanche, the eldest Hoschedé daughters.
Claude Monet went to Normandy to paint in February 1882. His wife, Camille, had died three years earlier, and Monet had entered into a domestic arrangement with Alice Hoschedé, the wife of a former patron, Ernest Hoschedé (Monet and Alice Hoschedé would marry in 1892, after Ernest Hoschedé's death).
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