Monet and the Garden
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Claude Monet, "Weeping Willow”, 1918–1919. Oil on canvas, 39 1/2 x 47 1/4 in. (100 x 120 cm). Photograph by Robert LaPrelle, Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth.
Exhibition sponsors, Leadership Circle, and Benefactor and Sponsor level donors in the Patrons Circle are invited to a unique tour of the San Francisco Botanical Gardens, on the occasion of Monet: The Late Years. Led by Ryan Guillou, Curator, and Annette Huddle, Director of Youth Education at the San Francisco Botanical Garden with exhibition curator, Melissa Buron, Director, Art Division at Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, the tour will explore the Garden’s iconic horticultural collections, discussing “art inspired by nature” as it relates to Monet’s practice in the final decades of his life, and will be followed by tea and conversation at the de Young. After the event, guests are invited to visit the exhibition at their leisure.
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Invitations to this event are a benefit for exhibition sponsors and Sponsor level donors and above. Invitations will be mailed to current eligible donors. Please note there will be limited capacity for this event.
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