Scenes From Monet’s Series 2023

  • Art
  • Ueno Royal Museum, Ueno
View of Ventimiglia
Photo: Claude Monet 'View of Ventimiglia' (1884)

Time Out says

French artist Claude Monet was initially ridiculed for his Impressionism, which consisted of painting thin, rapid strokes using vivid colours. Still, he is now recognised as one of the greatest artists of his time. 2024 will mark 150 years since the world’s first Impressionist exhibition was held in Paris in 1874. This year, Japan is hosting two significant retrospectives dedicated to Monet and his works in Tokyo and Osaka to celebrate the momentous anniversary. The exhibition in Tokyo will be held at the Ueno Royal Museum from October 20 to January 28 2024, and showcase everything from his early portraits to late landscapes, including pieces from his famous ‘haystacks’ series.


Event website:
Ueno Royal Museum
1-2 Ueno Koen, Taito-ku
Ueno Station (Yamanote line), park exit; (Ginza, Hibiya lines), Shinobazu exit.

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