The most comprehensive exhibit of Claude Monet paintings is only making one stop in the U.S.: The Denver Art Museum.
Prepare to bask in the glory of Monet's haystacks, water lilies, and poplars. The Denver Art Museum will host the largest collection of Claude Monet paintings seen in decades. "Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature" is now open and features more than 100 paintings from the French Impressionist. According to the Denver Art Museum, the exhibit focuses on "the artist’s enduring relationship with nature and his response to the varied and distinct places in which he worked."
The exhibit will run until February 2, 2020, and will not be included in general admission to the museum. Tickets for the Monet exhibit went on sale back in June.
Some famous paintings include "Water Lilies and the Japanese Bridge" (1899), “The Parc Monceau” (1878), and “The Canoe on the Epte” (1890).
Claude Monet, "Water Lilies and the Japanese Bridge" (1899)
"Monet’s constant quest for new motifs shows the artist’s appreciation for nature’s ever-changing and mutable character," said Angelica Daneo, a curator at the Denver Art Museum, in a press statement. "Not only from place to place, but from moment to moment, a concept that increasingly became the focus of his art."
The next exhibition after Denver will be held at the Museum Barberini in the spring of 2020.
What's your favorite Claude Monet painting? Will you be checking out the Monet exhibit while it's in Denver? Let us know in the comments.