Monet and Chicago
Art Institute of Chicago
111 S. Michigan
Chicago, IL 60603
The museum’s 33 paintings and 13 drawings constitute the largest collection of works by Claude Monet artist outside of Paris. Among the more than 70 paintings in the exhibition—from the Art Institute’s exemplary holdings and esteemed Chicago-based collections—are beloved major works as well as rarely seen still lifes, figural scenes, seascapes, and landscapes, spanning his long career from early caricatures made at Le Havre to the last splendid canvases inspired by his garden and water lily pond at Giverny. Monet and Chicago also benefits from new art-historical research and in-depth scientific study of his materials and techniques and offers an opportunity to look more closely at the artist’s oeuvre through our ever-advancing understanding of his creative process.
Event Cost: $7 plus admission
Event Times: Daily, timed ticket required at Art Institute Chicago, Sept. 5-Jan. 21
Age recommendation: Teens, Tweens