Things to do, Exhibitions
©RMN-Grand Palais / René-Gabriel OjédaClaude Monet, Le Parlement, Ciel Orageux, 1904
©President and Fellows of Harvard CollegeClaude Monet, La cabane du douanier, 1882
©National Gallery of CanadaClaude Monet, Jean-Pierre Hoschede et Michel Monet au bord de l’Epte, 1887-90

Time Out says

As it celebrates its 20th anniversary, the renowned Fondation Beyeler in Basel is hosting a colourful exhibition dedicated to Claude Monet.

Fondation Beyeler’s 20th anniversary exhibition dedicated to Monet presents an unmissable opportunity to get up close and personal with 63 of the French artist’s masterpieces. Gathered from private collections and public museums across the globe, the colourful works depict Monet’s development from Impressionism to his famous late pieces. Among them are Mediterranean landscapes, Atlantic coastal scenes, meadows of wild flowers, and of course, water lilies. A series of ‘Monet in the Morning’ events, being held on alternate Tuesdays, make for a tranquil start to the day with meditation, Monet and breakfast.