June 27, 1998 through Aug. 30, 1998

This exhibition of masterpieces by French impressionist Claude Monet (1840­1926) features paintings of his Giverny gardens from the Musée Marmottan in Paris. After 1900, Monet's artistic concerns were dominated by the depiction of his own creation: the magnificent flower gardens and water-lily pond on his property in Giverny, a rural village 38 miles northwest of Paris. Created between 1901 and 1926, the works in the exhibition offer great insight into the final developments of Monet¹s career and the garden that he regarded as the finest of his artistic achievements.

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