For the first time in over a decade the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston has agreed to loan the majority of the paintings from its world-renowned Monet collection.
Claude Monet: Masterworks from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston presents works spanning fifty years of the artist's career and features many of his most recognizable and important paintings including Camille Monet and a Child in the Artist's Garden in Argenteuil (1875), Grainstack (1891), two works from Monet's famous series of paintings of Rouen Cathedral - Rouen Cathedral Façade and Tour d'Albane (Morning effect) (1894) and Rouen Cathedral, Façade (1894), and two later masterpieces from the artist's garden at Giverny- Water Lilies (1905) and The Water Lily Pond (1900), which features Monet's signature Japanese footbridge, one of the most recognizable images in the history of Western Art.
The city of Boston is famously known for its commitment to the work of Claude Monet. Bostonian collectors began acquiring works by the artist in 1887 and by 1906 The Museum of Fine Arts had its first Monet in its permanent collection. The Museum was also one of the first institutions in America to devote an exhibition to Monet during his lifetime.
9 a.m. - 9 p.m. daily
Exhibit on display until September 13, 2004
Nevada residents $12
Students and seniors (over 65) $12
Annual membership The Blue Card $45 Annual member benefits include unlimited admission for, discounts in the Gallery Store, and discounts for accompanying guests.