Travel with us to the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra to enjoy 'Monet: Impression Sunrise'. This is an unmissable opportunity to see an exclusive exhibition that brings together works from the impressionist master and other significant artists to examine the founding of an art movement — a defining moment in art history.
Featuring Claude Monet’s seminal painting Impression, 'Soleil levant' (Impression, Sunrise) 1872, from which Impressionism takes its name, this exclusive exhibition brings together works from the Impressionist master and other significant artists to examine the founding of an art movement—a defining moment in art history.
'Impression, Soleil levant', which rarely leaves the museum walls in Paris, will be on display along with some forty impressionist and related paintings from the Musée Marmottan Monet in Paris, the Tate, and Australian and New Zealand collections.
Morning tea at the Courtyard Café in Berrima, exhibition entry and guided tour are included. There will be time to explore the NGA’s other collections at your leisure.
Lunch is not included. You are welcome to bring your own or buy at the gallery café in your own time.