October 24, 2014 - February 8, 2015
The autumn exhibition to be held at the Lower Belvedere's Orangery in 2014 will be devoted to the French painter Claude Monet, one of the principal practitioners of Impressionism, and the profound impact of his painting on Austrian art.
Besides Edouard Manet, the Viennese art scene of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries regarded Monet as the central and formative figure of French Impressionism. His works were on display in exhibitions at the Künstlerhaus, the Secession, and the legendary Miethke Gallery and were known to his contemporaries from periodicals and books.
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