ABOUT THE TALK
Claude Monet is one of the most famous and best loved of Western artists. Most know him as the painter of poplar-trees, haystacks and water lilies and yet the familiarity and charm of his paintings often belie their true revolutionary nature. His iconic painting, ‘Impression, Sunrise’ (1872), was the work that gave the movement its name and has become the poster image of Impressionism. Monet transformed the art world with his astonishing ability to capture the fleeting effect of light and air on canvas and with his radical broken and visible brushwork.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Artwise was founded by art historian and qualified teacher Claire Kwiatkowski. Claire has a Joint Masters in History and History of Art from Edinburgh University, a Postgraduate Diploma in Asian Art from The British Museum and a Postgraduate Masters in Southeast Asian Studies from the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. She worked at The British Museum for three years before becoming Head of the History of Art Department at Wycombe Abbey School, U.K. and currently teaches part-time at UWCSEA. Claire is an experienced guide having taken tours around the churches, galleries and museums of Rome and London, and, most recently, around Singapore’s Gillman Barracks.
WHERE AND WHEN
2 McCallum Street (069043)
Friday 11th March, 7.30pm
Ticket price: $65 NETT (inclusive of talk, pre-dinner canapés, a two course meal and a glass of wine)
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When: 11 Mar 2016 - 19 Sep 2020,