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On-Demand Part 2 Claude Monet Art Tour

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Explore Claude Monet Pushing Boundaries and Defining His Color Theory

About The Art Tour

Delve into the world of Claude Monet (1840 – 1926) through our captivating two-hour virtual art tour, spanning a collection of over 100 paintings dating from 1886 to 1920. This immersive journey begins after 1886, a period when Monet had firmly established himself as an artist who defied conventions, pushing the boundaries of art, color, and composition.

Our Claude Monet Experience is Pre-Recorded 

Elevate your senses and emotions as you delve into the captivating landscapes, vibrant blossoms in full bloom, Japanese Bridges, English Parliament, and water lilies that Monet breathed life into. Each brushstroke bears a story, inviting you to bask in the radiance of his artistic brilliance, leaving you both inspired and emotionally moved.

Join Us to Rediscover Joy with Claude Monet

Unlock the secrets of his remarkable artistic legacy as you join us on this virtual journey. Let Monet's canvases open windows to a world of emotions, history, and innovation. Through our virtual art tour, the essence of Monet's genius awaits your exploration.

 Essential Information for a Seamless Experience with Claude Monet Paintings:

  • Watch on your computer, tablet, iPhone, or TV for varying degrees of visual splendor.


    Water Lillies from Claude Monet Part 2 Art Tour Street Art Museum Tours

    Woman with a Parasol in a field from Claude Monet Part 2 Art Tour Street Art Museum Tours


    Rock Going into the Sea from Claude Monet Part 2 Art Tour Street Art Museum Tours

      About Our Guides

      Rebekah Brown

      Rebekah Brown

      Rebekah received her bachelor's degree in art history from Brigham Young University with a minor in Scandinavian Studies and recently earned her master’s degree in art history from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.  Rebekah’s master’s thesis discusses American Gilded Age portraits by the Swedish artist, Anders Zorn. Rebekah has worked in several museums in Texas, Utah, and Denmark, and most recently at Sheldon Museum of Art in Lincoln, NE.  More a historian than an artist, Rebekah is most captivated by what art can reveal about the ideas and events that influenced artists of the past, their audience, and their patrons.  She specializes in Trans-Atlantic 19th and early 20th century art history, particularly the Gilded Age, Impressionism, Post-Impressionism, and beyond. With a longstanding love for art history and a commitment to make art accessible to people of all backgrounds, Rebekah is eager to share her knowledge and passion in her tours.

      Contributing Sources

      • Allen Memorial Art Museum Oberlin College, Ohio
      • Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago
      • The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn NY
      •  Boston Museum of Fine Art
      • The Currier Gallery of Art, New Hampshire Manchester England
      • The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio
      • Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX
      • Dayton Art Institute, Dayton, Ohio
      • Foundation Beyeler, Basel
      • Foundation Rau Pour Le Tiers-Monde, Zurich Switzerland
      • Gemeentemuseum Den Haag
      • Gemäldegalerie, Dresden Germany
      • Göteborgs konstmuseum
      • Hiroshima Museum of Art. Hiroshima
      • Hugh Lane municipal Gallery of Modern Art Dublin
      • Indianapolis Museum of Art
      • J.B. Speed Art Museum, Louisville Kentucky
      • Joslyn Art Museum Omaha, Nebraska
      • Kröller-Müller Museum
      • Kunsthalle Bremen Germany
      • Kunstmuseum Basel, Basel
      • Kunsthaus Museum of Art Zurich Switzerland
      • Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
      • Mr. and Mrs. David Lloyd Kreeger, United States
      • Murauchi Art Museum, Hachioji Tokyo
      • Musée de Grenoble, Genoble, France
      • Musée d’Unterlinden, Colmar, France
      • Musée des Beaux-Arts Lyon
      • Musée des Beaux-Arts de Nantes, Nantes, France
      • Musée Malraux (MuMa), Musée des Beaux-Arts
      • Musée Eugène Boudin, Honfleur, France
      • Musée Marmortan, Paris
      • Musée d’Orsay
      • Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA
      • Nasjonalgalleriet, Oslo
      • National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
      • National Gallery of Art, London
      • National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa
      • National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh
      • National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
      • National Gallery of Art, London
      • National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa
      • National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh
      • National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo
      • National Museum of Wales, Cardiff
      • The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City
      • North Carolina Museum of Arts, Raleigh, North Carolina
      • Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, Florida
      • NY Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen
      • Ordrupgaard Museum Denmark
      • Memorial Art Gallery of the university of Rochester, New York
      • Phoenix Art Museum
      • Philadelphia Museum of Art, PA
      •  Phillips Collection, Washington, D.C.
      • Palais des Beaux-Arts de Lille
      • Portland Art Museum
      • The Art Museum, Princeton Univversity
      • Santa Barbara Museum of Art
      • Saitama Museum of Modern Art, Urawa-shi, Japan
      • Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, Stuttgart
      • Szépművészeti Múzeum
      • Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum
      • Tokyo Fuji Museum, Tokyo
      • Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
      • Yamagata Art Museum, Yamagata, Japan
      • Affordable Access

        In today's digital age, virtual visits offer a cost-effective alternative to traditional travel, especially when it comes to exploring international art collections. Traveling to a physical location, particularly overseas, can be a significant financial undertaking. Between airfare, accommodation, and other travel-related expenses, the costs can quickly add up. Moreover, gaining access to some of the world's most renowned art collections can come with a hefty price tag, sometimes amounting to hundreds before entering the building. Beyond the monetary considerations, there's also the unpredictability of the art world. Imagine making the journey only to discover that the specific piece or artist's work you were eager to see is temporarily on loan to another institution. Such scenarios can be disappointing, to say the least. Recognizing these challenges, we have taken the initiative to compile a diverse range of paintings from various sources. Our digital collections ensure that art enthusiasts can access and enjoy these masterpieces without the constraints of geography, cost, or availability.

      • Our People Are One of A Kind

        Our guides are not just casual enthusiasts; they are dedicated professionals who have invested significant time and effort in educational institutions to hone their skills and knowledge. As art historians, they have delved deep into the intricacies of art history, ensuring that they are not only well-versed but also influential voices in their field. Their passion for art is evident in their obsession with renowned artists, many of whom might be your favorites. They don't just study these artists; they immerse themselves in their works, stories, and legacies. This dedication and enthusiasm translate into engaging conversations when they discuss our collection of paintings. When you interact with our guides, you're not just getting a tour; you're getting a rich, informative, and passionate discourse on art.

      • Our Tickets Are Easy to Manage

        Purchasing tickets for our art tours is not just a transaction; it's a commitment to an enriching experience. We understand that sometimes plans change or unforeseen circumstances arise. That's why we've made our ticketing process as flexible and user-friendly as possible. If you ever find yourself needing to reschedule your tour, there's no need to fret. Simply reach out to us before the scheduled start of the art tour, and we'll assist you in moving your booking to a new date that suits you better. Our primary goal is to ensure that you have a seamless and enjoyable experience, so we've designed our ticket management system with your convenience in mind.