Monet and Chicago at the Art Institute of Chicago


From the 1880s on, Chicago welcomed the “Father of Impressionism” with open arms.

In 1903, the Art Institute became the first American museum to purchase one of Monet’s paintings and in the decades that followed, the museum’s collection grew. In keeping with the theme of firsts, Monet and Chicago is the first exhibition to explore Chicago’s pioneering connection to the great Impressionist artist.

"Monet and Chicago" requires a $7 ticket in addition to general admission. This exhibition will have a virtual line to enable physical distancing in the exhibition and while waiting to enter.

Event Details

Sep 05 to Jan 18

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