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Must See Impressionist Art-Monet Exhibitions Around The World

For all fans of 19th century French Impressionism art & in particular, the giant of them all – Claude Monet, below is a comprehensive list of Monet exhibitions all over the world in 2023.

Impressionist art-Monet Self Portrait
Impressionist Art-Monet painting – Self Portrait [Public Domain]

The Impressionists were the Rebels in the 19th Century Art-World

Claude Monet and his fellow impressionists 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. Claude Monet continues to be the most celebrated French impressionist of them all. Below is a list of scheduled Claude Monet exhibitions around the world displaying his magnificent artworks!

Exhibition: Children of Impressionism

When: 31 March 2023 until 2 July, 2023
Where: Musée des Impressionnismes Giverny, France

This exhibition is dedicated to the different facets of childhood at the end of the 19th century. It will feature artworks of Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro, Mary Cassatt, Berthe Morisot.

The Impressionist masters loved to paint their families but also those of their friends, their merchants, their sponsors. Children held a special place in these intimate paintings. At a time when the Third Republic was engaging in an active education policy for the working classes, with Jules Ferry as its figurehead, artists seized on the subject of children in the face of modern society. Through various themes – maternity, nannies, children of artists, education, gardens, games, beaches, animals, adolescence, and daydreams – and around a hundred works, the exhibition will explore the ambiguities of the theme, beyond archetypal representations of childhood.

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Claude Monet (1840-1926), La Maison de l’artiste à Argenteuil, 1873
Claude Monet (1840-1926), La Maison de l’artiste à Argenteuil, 1873. 
© Chicago, The Art Institute, Mr. and Mrs. Martin A. Ryerson Collection

Exhibition: MMCA Lee Kun-hee Collection: Monet, Picasso and the Masters of the Belle Epoque

When: 21 September, 2022 until 26 February 2023
Where: National Museum of Contemporary Art Korea, Gyeongju, S. Korea

The special exhibition introduces seven paintings by Camille Pissarro, Claude Monet, Joan Miró, Marc Chagall, Paul Gauguin, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, and Salvador Dalí together with ninety ceramic works by Pablo Picasso from the Lee Kun-hee collection donated to the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea (MMCA) in 2021.

These artists were all great masters who came together in the art hub of Paris as mentors and mentees, older and younger artists, and colleagues. They supported each other’s growth and greatly advanced the development of Western art in the twentieth century.

This exhibition is designed to expand the appreciation of the works of these eight masters by focusing on the diverse relationships they fostered in Paris. Moreover, it intends to explore both the correlations between the paintings and their links to Picasso’s ceramics. The exhibition invites visitors to experience these beautiful moments of friendship and mutual respect that took place in Paris.

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MMCA Lee Kun-hee Collection: Monet, Picasso and the Masters of the Belle Epoque
MMCA Lee Kun-hee Collection: Monet, Picasso and the Masters of the Belle Epoque

The Sun: Source of Light in Art

When: February 25 – June 11, 2023
Where: Museum Barberini, Potsdam, Germany

Claude Monet’s 1872 painting Impression, Sunrise, which gave Impressionism its name and now marks its 150th year, shows the red disk of the rising sun as the focus of the composition. The painting is the point of departure for the exhibition The Sun: Source of Light in Art, which explores the iconography of the sun from antiquity to the present. As a sign or personification of divine power, a protagonist in mythological narratives, an atmospheric element in landscape imagery, and an intensification of color in modern painting, the sun plays a key role in European art. 

The exhibition brings together around eighty works — sculptures, paintings, manuscripts, prints, and books — from antiquity to the present, including paintings by Peter Paul Rubens, J. M. W. Turner, Caspar David Friedrich, and Sonja Delaunay.

Claude Monet: Impression, Sunrise, 1872, Musée Marmottan Monet, Paris
Claude Monet: Impression, Sunrise, 1872, Musée Marmottan Monet, Paris

Claude Monet, The Immersive Experience

When: November 1, 2022 until February 28, 2023
Address: 30 Wall Street, New York

When: 2 November 2022 until 2 November 2023
Where: Exhibition Hub, Atlanta

When: Nov 19, 2022 until Jan 1, 2023
Where: Lighthouse Artspace at the castle Boston

When: 27 Oct 2022 until 15 Jan 2023
Where: Cultural Plaza, Xiqu Centre Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

When: October 26, 2022 until February 28, 2023
Where: The Lume, Melbourne Australia

When: 25 February 2023 until 28 May 2023
Where: Malmomassan, Malmo

Claude Monet, The Immersive Experience is a  state-of-the-art, digital multimedia exhibition dedicated to the impressionism painter Claude Monet.

In this exhibition, more than three hundred magnificent Claude Monet artworks are projected onto huge walls, ceilings and floors, giving the visitor a feeling that he / she is fully immersed inside the paintings. Throughout the 70 minute show, you will enjoy the massive display of colorful Monet artworks either by standing, sitting, walking around or even lying on the ground.

Accompanying the sound and light show will be a beautiful musical composition further enhancing the multi-sensory experience.

Throughout the exhibition, you will view Monet’s colorful paintings of the places where he lived and also traveled to, such as Normandy, the French Riviera, Venice and the Netherlands. Paintings include his major masterpieces such as Poppies, Impression: Sunrise, and his iconic Water Lilies series. You will be virtually transported into Monet’s world as these larger than life projections swirl around you. It is absolutely breathtaking!!

Impressionist Art-Monet
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