barber institute of fine arts
university of birmingham


MONET AND ARCHITECTURE

Evening lecture

Claude Monet is best known as a painter of gardens, countryside and the sea, but throughout his career, buildings – from cottage to cathedral, village to city – feature surprisingly frequently in his canvases.

Professor Richard Thomson, Watson Gordon Professor of Fine Art at the University of Edinburgh, explores Monet’s rich and varied treatment of architecture and its significance.

MONET’S PLEIN AIR

Adult Painting Course

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MONET AND THE AMERICAN COLONY AT GIVERNY

Lunchtime Lecture

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Dividing Lines

A Brain Science View of Landscape Art

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