Claude Monet is best remembered for his landscapes. But the French impressionist loved cities, too

“Say the name Claude Monet and anyone with a vague clue about art thinks of country landscapes and gardens. It wasn’t just water lily ponds that tickled the fancy of this founder of French impressionist painting, though: Monet was also moved to paint cities too, as is highlighted in the National Gallery’s glorious new exhibition Monet & Architecture.”

Click here to read the full article on the CityMetric website.

‘Monet & Architecture’ is on at the National Gallery until 29 July 2018.

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