Where to See Three of Monet’s Waterloo Bridge Paintings
Capturing the Modern City: See the exhibition at Carnegie Museum of Art.
Claude Monet is famous for capturing the play of light and atmosphere in his paintings. Now considered one of the most important French Impressionists, Monet became fascinated with the haze of industry as European cities began to adapt to the rapid cultural change brought on by industrial innovation.
In “Monet and the Modern City,” see three paintings from the “Waterloo Bridge” series, alongside Camille Pissarro, James Abbott McNeill Whistler and other artists’ depictions of the power and promise of industry.
Visit the museum on July 13 for Breathe Better Day, a family-friendly day celebrating air quality awareness. This event, free with admission, is presented in partnership with Carnegie Museum of Natural History and the Breathe Project.
“Monet and the Modern City” is open at Carnegie Museum of Art until Sept. 2, free with admission. Buy your ticket to the museum now to see this exhibition.
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