Mon, 18 Jan | Online via Zoom

Lizzy Rowe: Claude Monet and the Impressionists

Oxford-based art historian and museum guide, Lizzy Rowe, will discuss the Impressionists and Claude Monet, in particular, and will focus on looking at their art and exploring the ways in which they changed the way we see the world.
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Lizzy Rowe: Claude Monet and the Impressionists

Time & Location

18 Jan, 14:00
Online via Zoom

About the Event

Maybe the first image that springs to mind at the mention of Claude Monet is of waterlilies. Or possibly haystacks in a field. Or the façade of Rouen Cathedral. One of the most well-loved artists of the last two hundred years, Monet was a hard-working and highly skilled painter whose picture Impression, Sunrise gave its name to a revolutionary artistic movement and who provided us with many works of art that have thrilled generations. Possibly more than any other group of artists, the Impressionists’ beautiful paintings connect us with the natural world and provide comfort and escapism.

Please note: unfortunately, there is an error in the latest Oxfordshire Inspires magazine; this event is not free.

Please note: this event is exclusively for WI members from any Federation

Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable

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