Claude Monet's signature

September 20 – December 27, 1998

This spectacular exhibition will bring together at the MFA, its only U.S. venue, the extraordinary late work of the founder of Impressionism, Claude Monet. Between 1900 and his death in 1926, Claude Monet produced an astonishing and innovative body of work that represents the height of his engagement with color and light. Highlights of the exhibition include triumphant views of his garden at Giverny and a starling recreation of a water lily exhibition organized by Monet in Paris in 1909. Luminous views of London and seductive paintings of the canals and palaces of Venice are also included in this exhibition. Monet in the 20th Century will culminate in an unparalleled gathering of Monet’s last and greatest paintings: the monumental water-lily panels that are the triumph of his career.

This once-in-a-lifetime exhibition will feature many important paintings from all over the world, some of which have not been viewed in decades.

Admission to Monet in the 20th Century is by ticket only for a reserved date and time of entry. Prices are the following:

Adults $15.00 weekdays/$17.50 weekends
Seniors $13.00 weekdays/$15.50 weekends
Students $13.00 weekdays/$15.50 weekends
Children (6 to 17 years) $5.00 weekdays/$7.50 weekends
Children (5 and under) FREE

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