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    • a photo of Monet's Japanese bridge next to Monet's painting of the Japanese Bride
      Blog: Behind the Scenes

      GIVEAWAY! EUROPEAN VACATION FOR TWO

      Thank you to those who participated in this trip giveaway. The entry period is now closed. The winner was announced on our social media channels on Friday, January 31, 2020. More

    • Meredith Feniak and Risa Friedman
      Blog: Untitled Creative Fusions

      Creative Collaborators Give Their Take on Entanglements Theme

      The first Untitled: Creative Fusion (January 31, 6-10 pm) is sure to be filled with fun and surprises. You'll be able to sample liquid nitrogen popcorn, dance to beats by The Night Shift, collaborate on a floral installation, watch live ice sculpting, and more! See the lineup for the evening. More

    • colorful letters that say 2020 is gonna be big
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      20 Things We’re Excited About in 2020

      1. Final Weeks for Monet (Through February 2)

      The new year begins with visitors’ last chance to see Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature. After that, it travels to the only other venue for this exhibition: Museum Barberini in Potsdam, Germany. Advance purchase online is highly recommended as time slots are selling out quickly. More

    • children in the First Light Family Space
      Blog: Kids & Families

      Fun Things for Families to See & Do in January 2020

      Happy New Year! If you and your family want to add more creativity to your life, we suggest these art-related resolutions for January. Remember, youth 18 and under enjoy free general admission. Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature requires a separate ticket.

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    • photo of Claude Monet sitting on a chair
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      20 Quotes from Claude Monet

      In honor of Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature, we gathered the following quotes by the artist. The Denver Art Museum is the only venue in the United States for this exhibition, which is on view through February 2, 2020.

      1. If I became a painter, it is to Eugène Boudin that I owe that fact.

      2. Zaandam is wonderful. There is enough to paint here for a lifetime.

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    • Quana Madison sitting in front of a wall with the words Paint Studio
      Blog: Artist Interview

      Contemporary Artists Discuss Claude Monet (Video)

      In honor of the exhibition Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature, we asked Denver-based artists Quána Madison, Brady Smith, and Cami Galofre how Claude Monet inspires them and to share their advice about exploring the exhibition. Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature is on view at the Denver Art Museum through February 2, 2020. Buy tickets. More

    • photo of Elisa Gomez working in studio
      Blog: Artist Interview

      Paint Studio Demo Artist Elisa Gomez

      Elisa Gomez will be in the Paint Studio demonstrating gestural abstraction noon–3 pm on December 7-8, 2019. The Paint Studio is included with general admission, which is free for members and youth 18 and under. More

    • Shelves of Monet books in the exhibition exit shop
      Blog: Behind the Scenes

      Monet & Impressionism: Suggested Reading

      Want to learn more about Claude Monet's life and work? You can visit the exit shop for Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature at the Denver Art Museum, which features a variety of books about the artist and the Impressionist movement, including a very popular catalog. (Please note: a ticket to the exhibition is required to enter the Monet exit shop.)

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    • on the left is a black and white photo of Monet painting and on the right is a black and white photo of Debussy at the piano surrounded by people
      Blog: Behind the Scenes

      Monet & Debussy: Titans of Impressionism

      Editor's Note: In conjunction with Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature, Colorado Public Radio has launched a new series of blogs exploring Monet and music.

      If Claude Monet is the titan of Impressionist art, his counterpart in music is Claude Debussy. Just don’t call Debussy an Impressionist.

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    • a man and a woman in the Monet exhibition looking at paintings in gold frames
      Blog: en español

      PLANIFICA TU VISITA A LA EXPOSICIÓN DE MONET

      Aquí encontrarás algunos consejos que te ayudarán a planificar y disfrutar tu visita a Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature (Claude Monet: la verdad de la naturaleza) en el Denver Art Museum. Esperamos verte y darte la bienvenida a esta exposición ¡que solamente podrás visitar en Denver!

      Tu boleto a Monet incluye la entrada general al resto del museo. Lee nuestro blog con consejos sobre boletos para la exposición.

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    • black and white photo of Claude Monet painting in his studio
      Blog: Behind the Scenes

      Celebrate Monet's Birthday at the DAM November 14

      The DAM will celebrate famed French Impressionist Claude Monet’s birthday in conjunction with the exhibition Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature. All Monet birthday celebration activities are included in general admission, which is free for members and youth 18 and younger. The Monet exhibition requires a separate dated and timed ticket. More

    • A man and a woman in front of the title wall that says Monet The Truth of Nature
      Blog: en español

      Monet en Español e Inglés

      El Denver Art Museum (DAM) se enorgullece de ser el único lugar en los Estados Unidos en presentar estas magníficas obras creadas por tan importante artista. El DAM se enorgullece además de que los visitantes hispanohablantes puedan compartir la experiencia y el conocimiento del arte de Monet, puesto que los textos de la exposición están todos ¡también en español! More

    • Mon and child with Shantell Martin interactive wall with words that say FIND WHAT MAKES YOU U INSIDE
      Blog: Kids & Families

      November Family Fun

      What to See & Do this Month at the DAM

      As we celebrate Thanksgiving, our family visitors are one of the things we give thanks for here at the Denver Art Museum! We are so grateful parents and grandparents share their love of art and creativity with kids from littles to teens. This month, we invite you to participate in the following programs. Remember, youth 18 and under enjoy free general admission.

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    • gallery view of Claude Monet The Truth of Nature
      Blog: Behind the Scenes

      5 Tips for Meandering through the Monumental Monet

      Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature features 124 paintings in three sizable exhibition galleries on two floors—a veritable marathon for the eyes, mind, and imagination. Here are some tips for looking closely and pacing yourself through the large exhibition. More

    • photo from video with Sarah Melching and Angelica Daneo in front of 2 framed Monet pastel artworks on a table in the conservation lab
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      Video Provides Close Look at Monet Pastels

      In this video Angelica Daneo, Chief Curator and curator of European art before 1900, discusses two Monet chalk pastels made early in the artist's career. And Sarah Melching, Silber Director of Conservation, shows how the museum protects and preserves these artworks with specially engineered glass and microclimate envelopes.

      See these artworks in Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature October 21, 2019-February 2, 2020. The Denver Art Museum is the sole U.S. venue for this exhibition.

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    • a little boy painting at an easel in the paint studio
      Blog: Kids & Families

      What to See & Do This Month at the DAM

      October 2019 Family Fun

      The Denver Art Museum is the perfect place to spend some time this month. See artworks from around the world and many cultures, get creative making your own art, and even find some inspiration for costume ideas for Halloween.

      Remember, general admission is free for youth 18 and under every day.

      1. Start the month with a story More

    • black and white photo of Claude Monet in a white suit and hat in his garden at Giverny
      Blog: Behind the Scenes

      10 Fun Facts about Monet

      Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature is at the Denver Art Museum October 21, 2019-February 2, 2020. Buy your ticket today, and enjoy these fun facts about the artist and the exhibition.

      1. Monet features more than 120 artworks from 65 different cities across 5 continents.

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    • Pam Skiles and Christoph Heinrich standing in front of a painting of fishing boats placed on an easel
      Blog: Behind the Scenes

      Assessing the Varnish on Monet's Fishing Boats

      Watch this video with senior paintings conservator Pam Skiles and DAM director Christoph Heinrich to learn why Monet disliked varnish on his paintings and to hear about some of the considerations that go into conserving paintings at the DAM. More

    • impressionist painting of a row of fishing boats and fishermen on a beach
      Blog: Behind the Scenes

      Plan Your Visit to the Monet Exhibition

      Please note: This exhibition is now sold out. If you've already purchased tickets, here are some tips to help you plan and enjoy your visit to Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature at the Denver Art Museum.

      WHERE TO GO FIRST? More

    • Monet's painting The Rock Needle Seen Through the Porte d'Aval
      Blog: Behind the Scenes

      A Geologist's Take on Monet

      In a recent Monet Moment blog, we heard from senior interpretive specialist Stefania Van Dyke about developing the adult audio tour for Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature (October 21, 2019-February 2, 2020). Stefania mentioned how she interviewed people from outside of the Denver Art Museum as a way to gather unique perspectives on Monet’s paintings. More

    • One of Monet's paintings of water lilies
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      Denver Botanic Gardens' Curator of Aquatic Collections Discusses Monet's Waterlilies 

      Claude Monet’s paintings of his waterlily pond at Giverny are some of his most renowned works. The Denver Art Museum will have a dozen of these paintings on view in Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature (October 21, 2019-February 2, 2020). To prepare for the exhibition, I talked on site with Tamara Kilbane, curator of aquatic collections at the Denver Botanic Gardens, about their Monet Pool. More

    • The words Inside Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature superimposed on a detail of Monet's painting called Waterlilies and Japanese Bridge
      Blog: Behind the Scenes

      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
      Blog: Behind the Scenes

      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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