See the cityscapes of Paris, Venice, and London through Monet’s eyes.
At this day of talks, exhibition curator Richard Thomson and fellow experts discuss how Monet embraced the qualities of light, atmosphere, steam, and smog to transform solid architecture into something radiant, immaterial, and mysterious.
11.05–11.30am: Richard Thomson: 'Monet & Architecture: Curator’s introduction'
11.30–11.55am: Anna Gruetzner Robins: 'Mapping Monet’s London'
11.55am–12.20pm: Sarah Quill: 'Water, light, and stone: Monet in Venice'
12.20–12.45pm: Plenary chaired by Richard Thomson: Morning speakers Q&A
12.45–2.15pm: Lunch (not provided)
2.15–2.40pm: Stephane Kirkland: 'Monet's Paris: Impressions of a new city'
2.40–3.05pm: Christine Corton: 'Making the disagreeable beautiful: Monet's London series in perspective'
3.05–3.30pm: Plenary chaired by Richard Thomson: Afternoon speakers Q&A