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AROUND MONET - The landscape from the seventeenth to the twentieth Century

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AROUND MONET  - The landscape from the seventeenth to the twentieth Century

If you are art lovers and one of your favourite period is The Impressionism, don’t miss out the extraordinary exhibition “AROUND MONET - The landscape from the seventeenth to the twentieth Century” which will last in Palazzo della Gran Guardia until February 9th.
 
Monet is in fact considered the artist who changed the traditional paradigm of the landscape and this exhibition aims to narrate how painters studied nature from the seventeenth century up to Claude Monet’s Water Lilies painted in the beginning of the twentieth century.
You’ll have the chance to admire more than ninety paintings and ten precious drawings, loaned by major world museums and some private collections, divided into five sections (1. THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY. TRUE AND FALSE NATURE, 2. THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY. THE AGE OF THE VEDUTA, 3. ROMANTICISM AND REALISMS, 4. IMPRESSIONISM AND THE LANDSCAPE, 5. MONET AND THE NEW NATURE) which describe the key moments in the narration of nature.
 
The exhibition will last in Verona (Palazzo della Gran Guardia) until February 9th; later it follow in Vicenza, Basilica Palladiana from 22th February to 4th May.
 
Exhibition opening hours:
Monday ­ Thursday: 9.00 am ­7.00 pm
Friday ­ Sunday: 9.00 am ­ 8.00 pm
Individual tickets: 12 €
 
For booking and informations:
Tel. +39 0422 429999
www.lineadombra.it

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