About the exhibition
A precious collection of works from one of the most widely-appreciated Impressionists – Claude Monet – becomes the absolute protagonist of the spaces of Milan’s Palazzo Reale. The exhibition features impressive numbers, as it gathers 53 works by Monet of loan from the Musée Marmottan Monet in Paris including masterpieces such as the Water Lilies (mostly known as Nymphéas), the House of Parliament series and The Roses.
Into more details
Curated by Marianne Mathieu from Paris’ Musée Marmottan Monet, with the collaboration of the l’Académie Des Beaux – Arts – Institut de France, the exhibition retraces in a chronological order the entire artistic career of the Impressionist master, read through the works that the artist himself considered fundamental and private, so much so that he jealously guarded them in his home in Giverny.
Spread over 7 sections, the display introduces key works of Impressionism and Monet’s artistic production such as the theme of the reflection of light and its changes in the artist’s own work.