Denver Art Museum - Passport to Paris Package
The Denver Art Museum's Hamilton Building is an architectural work of art. Designed by Daniel Libeskind, it will change the way you experience art and architecture. Explore the Museum's galleries showcasing a world-famous American Indian art collection, as well as art from around the world. Family programs, traveling special exhibitions, Museum Shop, on-site restaurants and spectacular event spaces.
Founded as the Denver Artists' Club in the 1890s, the Denver Art Museum has expanded from its humble beginnings into a 356,000 square foot complex that includes collection gallery space, three temporary exhibition venues, and the Lewis I. Sharp Auditorium. The Denver Art Museum is renowned in the international museum community for its family-friendly atmosphere and commitment to activities that promote art appreciation.
Passport to Paris: October 27, 2013 - February 9, 2014
Passport to Paris at the Denver Art Museum brings together works from the rock stars of the art world—Claude Monet, Edgar Degas, Camille Pissarro, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, and more. This exhibition's trio of shows focuses on French art from the late 1600s to early 1900s and explores changes in art and society during three important centuries in art history.
Revealing how art mirrors society, guests will get a sense of the changes that took place from the time of the powerful and absolute monarchy of Louis XIV to the individualistic café society. The museum also will offer numerous activities that highlight France and the French aesthetic and is thrilled to partner with the Colorado Symphony to create an immersive, on-site experience that will beckon visitors back throughout the season.
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*Photo Credit: Claude Monet (French, 1840–1926), The Beach at Trouville, c. 1870. Oil on canvas; 22 x 25-5/8 in. Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art; The Ella Gallup Sumner and Mary Catlin Sumner Collection Fund, 1948.116.