Impressionist Art-Monet Exhibitions in 2019-2020
For all fans of Impressionist art & Monet paintings, below is a comprehensive list of Claude Monet exhibitions all over the world from now until 2020.
Exhibition: Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature
Where: Denver Art Museum
When: October 20, 2019 until February 20, 2020
This incredible upcoming Claude Monet Exhibition will showcase Impressionist art at its best! The exhibition will be presenting more than 100 Monet paintings, created throughout the artist’s life. You will see one of his first paintings which he painted at 18 called “View from Rouelles”. You will also view one of his last artworks called “The House Seen Through the Roses”, which he painted just before he died in 1926.
Look out for the Water Lilies & Haystacks
“The Truth of Nature” exhibition traces Monet’s artworks from his early landscapes until his later fascination with more focused subjects, such as water lilies and haystacks.
For this exhibition, the Denver art museum has loaned paintings from international art museums & private collectors around the world.
Exhibition: Monet: The Late Years
The exhibition “Monet: The Late Years” will start first in San Francisco and then move on to Fort Worth in Texas.
In this exhibition, you will view around sixty Claude Monet masterpieces that he painted from the year 1923 onwards. It was during this period that Monet’s art evolved into his well-known impressionist style, of being bolder and more abstract.
More than 20 of Claude Monet’s iconic water lilies paintings will be displayed at this exhibition!
Exhibition: “Monet to Matissse: Masterworks of French Impressionism”
When: Until February, 2020
Where: Telfair Museum Jepson Center Savannah, Georgia
This exhibition presents 30 iconic paintings from the Impressionists until the Post-Impressionists. The collection includes iconic paintings of Claude Monet. It also includes his contemporaries such as Mary Cassatt, Edgar Degas, Pierre-Auguste Renoir and the post-impressionists Paul Gauguin & Henri Matisse.
The Impressionists were the Rebels in the 19th Century Art-World
These painters chose to break away from the European traditional style of painting of their times. Instead they painted outdoors, capturing the changing light and showing how it defined the colors of the moment. They painted with brighter palette of colors and used coarser brushstrokes. Many of them were not appreciated in their life times and some even died penniless.
Exhibition: Van Gogh, Monet, Degas and Their Times: The Mellon Collection of French Art
When: February 2, 2020 until May 5, 2020
Where: Frist Art Museum, Nashville
This is a traveling exhibition of over 70 paintings examining 150 years of French art.
However, the main focus of the exhibition is on impressionism. It includes not only impressionism of Monet and Degas but also other French painting periods including romanticism to cubism styles.
Exhibition: Monet: Places
February 22, 2020 to June 01, 2020
Museum Barberini Potsdam, Germany
Claude Monet often would choose one subject and paint it again and again, under different lights and weather conditions. He has many such series where he focused on a single subject but painted at different times. This includes the series of the majestic Cathedral in Rouen, the views of Antibes & his paintings from London, Venice and Zaandam.
Monet was never interested in the landmarks per se but rather in the changing light and weather conditions which provided different effects on the subject itself. This exhibition explores Monet’s use of light and color on the many places he painted.
Monet – The Garden Paintings
When: 12 October 2019 till 02 February 2020
Where: Gemeentemuseum, The Hague, Netherlands
This exhibition will focus on Monet’s paintings between the period of 1900 to 1926. During these years, Monet lived a quiet and secluded life in Giverny. His gardens were his greatest artistic inspiration in these later years.
Today these paintings are some of his most famous masterpieces.
In this exhibition you will see paintings from his water lily pond, the weeping willows, the Japanese bridge and many more beautiful elements from his beautiful garden.
“My garden is my most beautiful masterpiece”
– Claude Monet Quote –