Monet and Architecture at National Gallery
The exhibition is until the 29th of June 2018. This bespoke art tour includes free entry to the exhibition for 2 people, bought for you on the day the order is confirmed.
An exhibition that only features the works of Monet is a rare phenomenon, which has not happened in the UK for over 20 years. However, Monet and Architecture is not only rare but unique as well, as it has never been done before. The exhibition charts Monet's career through the buildings he produced in cities like Paris, London, Venice, and the region of Normandy and Rouen. You will see grand and modern buildings as well as simple and historic.
Book your ticket now to visit this exhibition with our tour guide Sanela Tomlinson, in a group no more than two people, which allows you to have a more personal experience and better connect with the 75 Monet paintings on display.
About your art guide:
Sanela Tomlinson is a Christies Education and Glasgow University graduate. Currently undertaking a Masters at King’s College in Art and Cultural Management. She has previously worked with Christie’s, the Hunterian Museum, Art16 and is now part of the Private Art Education team. Her research interests focus on cultural diplomacy, cultural heritage, art law and art history, notably Renaissance to Modernism. As an artist herself, her unique outlook on the process of painting will make you look at artworks like never before.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
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Claude Monet, Villas at Bordighera, 1884, Private Collection