Monet Milano exhibition at Palazzo Reale: info, tickets, curiosities

Monet Milano exhibition at Palazzo Reale: info, tickets, curiosities
Monet Milano exhibition at Palazzo Reale: info, tickets, curiosities

The painter of light. And of the colors. All the colors and lights of Claude Monet (Paris, 1840-Giverny, 1926) are on display at the Palazzo Reale in Milan. Monet. Dal Marmottan Monet Museum, Paris is the exhibition open until January 30, 2022. Unmissable and beloved, according to the queues that cross the side square with respect to the Duomo.

Monet Milan exhibition: 53 masterpieces

In all 53 masterpieces signed Claude Monet, the father of Impressionism, exhibited in 7 sections, in the halls of the Milanese museum. Including his Water lilies (1916-1919), The parliament. Reflections on the Thames (1905) e The pink (1925-1926).

Claude Monet, The Roses (1925-1926), oil on canvas, 130 × 200 cm. Paris, Musée Marmottan Monet, bequest of Michel Monet, 1966. The last masterpiece of the Master of Impressionism is one of the jewels on display in Milan in an exhibition not to be missed.

This is his latest and magical work. An extraordinary loan because it brings together some of the spearheads of the artistic production of Many. E also due to the enormous difficulty of this period in making the works travel from one country to another.

The itinerary of the exhibition is chronological. And it is a journey into the world of perhaps the most famous nineteenth-century French painter, together with his friend / colleague Pierre-August Renoir. A choice that makes us retrace the entire artistic parable of the Impressionist Master. The works on display are those that he himself considered fundamental. The most private. Not by chance jealously guarded in his home in Giverny. The village he never left after the death of his second wife Alice and son Jean in 1916. Works that he himself never wanted to sell and that tell us about the greatest emotions related to his artistic genius.

Camille on the beach (1870), oil on canvas, 30 × 15 cm. Paris, Musée Marmottan Monet, bequest of Michel Monet, 1966. Camille was the painter’s first wife, who died in her thirties.

In the halls of the Royal Palace, there is the whole world of Monet. Created with his full-bodied but very delicate brushstrokes and with that sometimes dim and sometimes blinding light which has made famous masterpieces. Stop in front of On the Trouville beach (1870), Walk to Argenteuil (1875) e Charing Cross (1899-1901). You will be charmed …
But not only. Soon after you will find yourself admiring verdant weeping willows, dreamlike avenues of roses and lonely Japanese bridges. And then again monumental water lilies, wisteria with evanescent colors. Nature portrayed in its most elusive moment.

One of the rooms of the Milanese exhibition, divided into 7 chronological sections

Claude Monet: Living and painting en plein air

Claude Monet is the painter of light and colors. The painter ofoutside. The open spaces in which he grew up. And where he has always loved to paint, escaping the ateliers. In the 7 sections of the exhibition curated by Marianne Mathieu, there are works of small format, and others more relevant. We pass from the rural and urban landscapes of London, Paris, Vétheuil, Pourville to its many residences. Those of one of the most traveling artists, in France and abroad. Algeria, Bordighera, Norway, Venice …

Curator Marianne Mathieu is an art historian and scientific director of the Musée Marmottan Monet Paris. It was at the museum that Michel, the son of the great artist, left his father’s works. The ones he loves most. Michel made the bequest in 1966, the year of his death from a car accident.

Claude Monet: Michel Monet in a blue sweater (1883), oil on canvas. Paris, Musée Marmottan Monet, legacy Michel Monet, 1966

Promoted by the Municipality of Milano-Cultura and produced by Palazzo Reale and Arthemisia, the exhibition is curated by Marianne Mathieu and is organized in collaboration with the Musée Marmottan Monet of Paris, from which comes the whole corpus of works. And from the Académie Des Beaux – Arts – Institut de France.

The exhibition is part of the museum and exhibition project “Museums of the world at the Royal Palace” created to raise awareness of the collections and history of the most important international museums.

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