Italian version of the exhibition catalogue and English version of the exhibition panels by Scriptum
From next September 18, to inaugurate the autumn season at Palazzo Reale in Milan, the highly anticipated exhibition dedicated to the most important representative of Impressionism arrives: CLAUDE MONET.
An exhibition itinerary where to welcome the public there will be 53 works by Monet including his Water Lilies (1916-1919), The Parliament. Reflections on the Thames (1905) and Le roses (1925-1926), his last and magical work: an extraordinary loan not only because it brings together some of the spearheads of Monet’s artistic production, but also for the enormous difficulty of this period in making the works travel from one country to another.
The chronological path traces the entire artistic parable of the Impressionist Master, read through the works that the artist himself considered fundamental, private, so much so that he jealously guarded them in his home in Giverny; works that he himself never wanted to sell and that tell us about the greatest emotions linked to his artistic genius.