Monet | The Truth of Nature. Fine art exhibit at the Denver Art Museum. Photo by: Matthew McGuire
Monet | The Truth of Nature. Fine art exhibit at the Denver Art Museum. Photo by: Matthew McGuire

The Denver Art Museum is currently hosting one of the most comprehensive exhibits of Claude Monet’s work in two decades. The exhibit has over 120 paintings from Monet on display.

This exhibit started on October 29, 2019 and will run through February 2, 2020. Guests have the ability to learn more about the pieces of art with an audio tour during the walkthrough.

Tickets are still available for select dates. Weekend dates tend to be more crowded, so for a less intense experience, later on weekdays would be best.

This marked my second time seeing Monet’s work in person. It was far more extensive than seeing just a few of his paintings. The massiveness of this collection helps identify the history and scope of his career. Monet would create historic pieces of art from 1840-1926. Primarily known for his landscape work, he also created beautiful paintings featuring architecture.

Denver will be the only US stop on this worldwide tour for this exhibit.

The Denver Art Museum does allow photography, but no flash is allowed. I was able to grab a selection of photos during my first visit.

Watch over the following YouTube videos to learn more about Monet: The Truth of Nature exhibit.

Scope out additional information on the art exhibit with a brief story from NPR.