Monet: Framing Life
This intimate exhibition focuses on the DIA’s only painting by Claude Monet — Rounded Flower Bed (Corbeille de fleurs), formerly known as Gladioli and recently retitled based on new research. Monet painted this work while living in the Paris suburb of Argenteuil between late 1871 and early 1878. His time in Argenteuil was especially productive, for it was there that he and fellow avant-garde painters formed the Impressionists. Experience the DIA’s painting together with 10 other Argenteuil paintings by Monet and fellow impressionist Pierre-Auguste Renoir, and discover the story behind the creation of Rounded Flower Bed (Corbeille de fleurs) and how it fits into the history of Monet’s work and the Impressionist movement.
One ticket provides admission to both Monet: Framing Life and Church: A Painter's Pilgrimage through Jan. 15. Monet: Framing Life will be closed Jan. 16-18, reopening on Jan. 19.
Made possible by the Bonnie Ann Larson European Masters Series.
This exhibition has been organized by the Detroit Institute of Arts and made possible by the Bonnie Ann Larson Modern European Masters Series.
Generous corporate support has been provided by Park West Foundation, JPMorgan Chase, Altair, English Gardens, and Grand Hotel—Mackinac Island.
Major support has been provided by Lois and Avern Cohn. Additional funding is contributed by Dr. Mark and Amy Haimann, Dr. Theodore and Diana Golden, anonymous donors, Eleanore and Dick Gabrys, and Andrew L. and Gayle Shaw Camden.
This exhibition is supported by an indemnity from the Federal Council on the Arts and the Humanities.