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    • The words Inside Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature superimposed on a detail of Monet's painting called Waterlilies and Japanese Bridge
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      DAM Curators Discuss Monet's Life & Work 

      In this video, Christoph Heinrich, Frederick and Jan Mayer Director, and Angelica Daneo, Chief Curator, discuss Monet's travels and motifs. Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature opens October 21, 2019. Tickets are now on sale. More

    • painting of Monet's garden and home
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      Curator’s Choice: Monet-Inspired Instagram Contest

      Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature opens at the Denver Art Museum on October 21, 2019. This summer, in anticipation of this exhibition (the largest and most comprehensive Monet presentation in the U.S. in more than two decades) we invite you to participate in an Instagram photo contest for the chance to win a grand Monet exhibition-themed prize!

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    • painting of waterlilies by Claude Monet
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      Enjoy Free Monet-Inspired Activities June 25

      Tickets for the highly anticipated exhibition Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature will go on sale to the public at 10 am on June 25! To celebrate this occasion, we are inviting visitors to participate in several free activities on the plaza outside the Denver Art Museum from 10 am-noon that day (does not include admission to the museum).

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    • Monet Ticket Tips
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      Monet Ticket Tips

      Okay, so you’re totally excited to see Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature at the Denver Art Museum (which opens in October), and you’re eager to buy tickets. We’ve put together the following tips to make the most out of your visit to the DAM. We can’t wait to welcome you!

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    • Stefania Van Dyke with Catharine McCord and 2 audio people on a bench at the Denver Botanic Gardens
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      Behind the Scenes of the Monet Exhibition Audio Tour

      These Monet Moment blogs are designed to give you an inside look at the exhibition. For this blog, we wanted to take you behind the scenes of how we pull together an audio tour for an exhibition.

      For Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature (opens in October) there will be two audio tours: one for families (which is being developed by Lindsay Genshaft, manager of family programs) and one for adults, which I’m working on.

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    • Monet Moment: Gardener & Painter
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      Monet Moment: Gardener & Painter

      For avid gardeners, April means we can begin planning the year’s garden, starting seeds indoors, and preparing the ground for early and late spring plantings. As we begin preparing for the growing season, let’s seek inspiration from Monet’s incredible Giverny gardens. More

    • Impressionist painting of villas in Bordighera by Claude Monet
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      How Did Monet Escape the Winter Blues?

      Take a virtual vacation away from the snow and cold with a look at two paintings that Claude Monet made in the sun-drenched Mediterranean towns of Bordighera and Antibes. More

    • Pictured from left to right: Alexander Penn, Stefania Van Dyke, George T.M. Shackelford, Angelica Daneo, Christoph Heinrich, Marianne Mathieu, Paul H. Tucker, Ortrud Westheider, Daniel Zamani, James Rubin, and Richard Thomson
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      Monet Conference Dispels Myths

      Exhibition Team Preps for Upcoming Exhibition

      Hallo aus Potsdam! This month, representatives from the Denver Art Museum traveled to the Museum Barberini in Potsdam, Germany, to attend a conference related to Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature, which opens in October. More

    • 2 houses in snow painted by Monet
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      Did You Know Monet Painted More than 100 Snow Scenes?

      Note: Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature opens in October 2019.

      As winter approaches, we thought it would be a good time to mention Monet’s relationship with the season. Despite his celebrated use of color, a number of Monet’s canvases demonstrate an engagement with seemingly monochrome depictions of snow and ice-covered landscapes. More

    • Claude Monet, Path in the Wheat Fields at Pourville (Chemin dans les blés à Pourville),1882. Oil paint on canvas, 23" x 30 1/2", Denver Art Museum Collection: Collection of Frederic C. Hamilton, 2016.365
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      Monet Moments

      With the opening of Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature just one year away, we are thrilled to initiate a series of posts related to the celebrated French impressionist artist.

      Check back monthly as we share exclusive, behind-the-scenes updates, propose social media challenges, and divulge some of the artist’s most-cherished recipes, in order to get to know the artist and his work while we countdown to the exhibition’s opening on October 20, 2019.

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    • Claude Monet, Autumn at Jeufosse (Automne à Jeufosse), 1884. Oil paint on canvas; 60 x 73 cm. Private Collection.
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      Monet Moment: Autumn at Jeufosse

      This month, as temperatures cool and the leaves begin to fall, we want to share with you one of Monet’s autumnal landscapes. More