French Impressionism Art Appreciation at MFA

I was thrilled when I saw that Monet’s paintings were being displayed at the Art of Europe galleries of Boston’s Museum of Fine Art (MFA). We went there on Wednesday afternoon, just in time too for the free museum Wednesdays from 5 o’clock in the afternoon til 10 at night.

En route to Gallery 252, I had an art attack seeing the fine art pieces from Pierre-Auguste Renoir (who painter outdoors en plein air along with Monet in the 1860s) and Camille Pissaro. And finally, the beautiful paintings of Claude Monet.

These are all the priceless works art that I stared at in awe.

Water Lilies, Monet
Grand Canal, Venice, 1881. oil on canvas Landscape on the Coast, near Menton, 1833. The Seine at Chatou, 1881. Rocky Crags at L’Estaque, 1882.

Spring Pasture. Pissarro

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