Starting November 15, the Albright-Knox Art Gallery will present works by the father of impressionism, Claude Monet.
The exhibit, titled Monet and the Impressionist Revolution, 1860-1910 will include seven pieces, which span 50 years of the French artist’s work. The seven pieces on loan to the gallery will be displayed in a ”contemplative space dedicated solely to the course of Monet’s practice from the mid-1860s to circa 1910,” according to the museum. The Albright Knox currently owns only one other piece by Monet, Chemin de Halage à Argenteuil (Towpath at Argenteuil, Winter).
Monet and the Impressionist Revolution, 1860-1910 will be on display through March 20.