The Denver Art Museum is the sole museum in the US lucky enough to host the new Monet exhibition. “Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature,” will be the largest Monet exhibit in 20 years, featuring around 120 works by the artist, which makes it the most comprehensive collection of his work in over 20 years.
The exhibit will occupy over 20,000 square feet of the museum’s gallery spaces, which will be filled with works spanning Monet’s entire career. These include “View at Rouelles,” the first painting Monet ever exhibited at age 18, and “The House Seen Through The Roses,” which he completed just before his death. The exhibit will attempt to showcase Monet’s relationship with nature through his depictions of European destinations.