Monet in Rome

Claude Monet | Nymphéas

Claude Monet (1840-1926) Nymphéas, 1916-1919.


Every year an exhibition dedicated to Monet is arranged, but the one which is about to arrive in Rome on October 19that the Complesso del Vittoriano in Rome promises to be different from the others.

On view about 60 works painted by the father of Impressionism, coming from the Musée Marmottan Monet in Paris, which are a journey into his life and artistic career.
For your reservation read at the end of this post.

Claude Monet | Le Parlement

Claude Monet (1840-1926) Londres. Le Parlement. Reflets sur la Tamise, 1905.

From Monet’s early works, the famous caricatures of the late 1850s, through the rural and urban landscapes of London, Paris, Vétheuil, Pourville, to the portraits of his children, to the canvases dedicated to flowers of his garden up to the amazing modernity of the weeping willows, of the rose boulevard or the Japanese bridge to get to the monumental Water lilies and Wisterias.

READ ALSO: 5 things to know about Claude Monet.


Complesso del Vittoriano, Ala Brasini, Rome
From 19 october 2017 to 28 january 2018

From monday to thursday 9.30 – 19.30; friday and saturday 9.30 – 22.00; sunday 9.30 – 20.30.
Tickets: 13,50 €, reservations – Ticketone – claude-monet-biglietti

READ LASO: The Barbizon School.

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