Saturday, February 13, 2021

For The Love Of Monet: Kansas City Review

Really nice bit of locally based relaxation in this exhibit at a Kansas City institution that has otherwise faltered amid a year of divisive pandemic politics.

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The Nelson's new immersive Monet exhibit finds a moment of peace amidst the pandemic

Photography by Gabe Hopkins, provided by the Nelson-Atkins Museum of ArtThe newest exhibit at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Monet's Water Lilies: From Dawn to Dusk, was born of the pandemic-two pandemics, actually. Claude Monet worked on his famous Water Lilies series while seated in his garden in Giverny during the Spanish flu epidemic, as World War I raged so...

6 comments:

Anonymous said...


The Nelson is for American hating liberals and they don't have peace they have nothing but discord and fighting on their minds. They want another holocaust. This time with the way you think.

Anonymous said...

Looks like my whiskey, buffalo wings and dip puke. I coulda been somebody.

Joe Biden*, Resident Asterisk said...

C'mon man! Where's the art from the bruddahs?

Chumpy CHUDboi said...

Where's my triple whip non-fat mint soy latte? I need dick to suck!

KC said...

A friend will meet you at the Plaza Cheesecake Factory's men's room at 6:45 sharp tonight. Knock once, then twice and enter the stall on the right. Drug and disease positive is not a deal breaker.

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- A LASTING "IMPRESSION"

Q: What's the primary difference between MANET and MONET?

A: 1 vowel!!!