Monet & Architecture — at the National Gallery

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10 AM to 6 PM (Sat-Thu); 10 AM to 9 PM (Fri)
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There have been plenty of Monet exhibitions over the years, but never one that has concentrated solely on his buildings.

The exhibition collects together more than 75 of Monet's paintings to explore how he used architecture to create some of his best compositions: in Normandy, in Rouen, in Paris, London, and Venice. There are buildings in villages, by the coast, and some of Europe's most famous monuments.

 

DaveG – “I've probably been to every gallery in London at least 10 times but I've lost count of the number of times I've been to the National. It's just so peaceful and nice inside you can get away from the traffic outisde and sit down on a nice leather couch and take in the pieces in front of you without being bothered by anyone. It's quiet like a library inside and everyone is respectful of the art. I tend to give the famous names like Van Gogh and Picasso a miss these days, and settle down in front of the epic religious paintings, showing scenes from the bible. I'm not religious, but there is so much going on in those paintings it's like watching a story on the television. These kinds of works you just dont see anymore these days, and that is the art world's loss.”

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Craig’s review of National Gallery – “Do you know what the nicest thing about the National Gallery in the evening is? -- the peace and quiet. I was walking here from Leicester Square five minutes ago and it was all busy busy busy. Pavements heaving, people jostling bustling barging elbows out, running everywhere, cars all over the place, sirens blaring. And then you walk through the gallery double doors a… continued”

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