Claude Monet’s Works For The First Time In Israel In An Immersive Exhibition

Claude Monet’s Works For The First Time In Israel In An Immersive Exhibition
Claude Monet’s Works For The First Time In Israel In An Immersive Exhibition

The exhibit was brought to Israel with an investment of over NIS 5 million

For the first time in Israel, the works of the impressionist Claude Monet will be exhibited from December 1 at The Cube complex in Holon, a suburb of Tel Aviv. A breathtaking experience with more than 300 of the painter’s works projected on the walls in an exceptional immersive exhibition.

Also, visitors will learn about the life story of Monet. Sounds, quotes and lights will give the visitor the feeling of being in the painter’s studio while offering a multisensory visit. The exhibition will span an area of ​​1,000 square meters and was brought to Israel with an investment of over NIS 5 million.

In addition, a virtual reality room will allow you to discover Monet’s works in 3D thanks to special glasses. Claude Monet, born under the name of Oscar-Claude Monet on November 14, 1840 in Paris and died on December 5, 1926 in Giverny, is a French painter and one of the founders of Impressionism.

He began his career as an artist by making portraits of the notables of the city of Le Havre. In 1859, he left for Paris to try his luck on the advice of Eugène Boudin. In 1866, he enjoyed success at the Salon de peinture et de sculpture thanks to La Femme à la robe verte representing Camille Doncieux, whom he married on June 28, 1870. He fled the war of 1870 to London, then to the Netherlands. In the English capital, he meets the art dealer Paul Durand-Ruel, who will be his main source of income for the rest of his career.

The article is in French

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