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Monet and the Seine

Impressions of a River

(Philbrook, 2727 S. Rockford Rd.) In 1898, Claude Monet (1840-1926) exhibited works from a series of paintings entitled Mornings on the Seine to great critical acclaim. These paintings were the culmination of the artist’s lifelong investigation of the visual and expressive potential of light and his longstanding attachment to the river Seine. This summer, Philbrook will mount an elegant and focused exhibition that brings together works from throughout Monet’s career on loan from prestigious international collections such as the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, and the Musée d’Orsay, Paris. Presented in conjunction with the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, this exhibition will shed both a scholarly and poetic light upon one of the great masters of French Impressionism.

Special Exhibition Tickets:

To view Monet and the Seine, special exhibition tickets are required at $6 per visitor in addition to regular Museum admission. Museum members and youth 17 and younger are free but will need to request tickets upon arrival. To purchase a Philbrook membership, click here.
This special exhibition ticket ($6) is required during the run of the exhibition including Philbrook Second Saturdays, “Museums on Us” by Bank of America, and other promotional events.
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