Claude Monet brought light and air to painting, and his artistic principles gave rise to impressionism. You can see his masterpieces at the current exhibition in the Bauman Garden of Moscow.
Claude Monet is rightfully called one of the greatest artists of the late 19th century. He went a long way from persecution and ridicule to admiration and worldwide recognition, found a new painting style and gained dozens of followers and universal fame.
The main subjects of Monet's work were light and air. The artist was interested in nuances and semitones, so he painted the same object at different times of the day.
The exposition in the Bauman Garden presents 80 paintings in the "giclee" technique. These are reproductions of the highest quality, which accurately convey color, texture, the manner of brush strokes and even traces of time. Each work is aaccompanied with a description.
For visitors, excursions are conducted in mini-groups by appointment.
Where: Bauman Garden at the address 15, Staraya Basmannaya Street, next to Krasnye Vorota and Kurskaya metro stations, Moscow.
When: September 11,2020 - November 15, 2020
Open hours: 12 pm to 9 pm on Mon – Fri; 11 am to 8 pm on Sat, Sun.
Author: Vera Ivanova