Discover the world’s leading collection of works by Monet at the Musée Marmottan Monet in Paris! The ticket includes both the permanent and temporary exhibitions.
The museum opened its spaces to Impressionism in 1940, when it became home to Monet’s iconic Impression, Sunrise. In 1966, the museum became the universal legatee of Claude Monet inheriting both the house in Giverny and the works that had remained in the family. You'll see over a hundred canvases retracing the career of the artist, masterpieces from his youth and maturity, and also the monumental canvases representing the water lilies and garden at Giverny. Never shown during the artist’s lifetime, these works were exhibited for the first time when they entered the Museum. The museum offers a unique experience of Monet's art in terms of both quantity and rarity and is the only institution to hold the last paintings of The Japanese Bridge and The House Seen from the Rose Garden...
Colombet / Monet - Painting like the river
From 14 October 2020 to 3 October 2021
The blue hour of Peder Severin Krøyer
From 28 January to 26 September 2021