Now on view through June 26 at Gagosian Gallery in New York City is the exhibition Monet. The survey of the artist’s late work has gotten rave reviews and it includes a painting from the Pacific—our “Water Lilies” by Claude Monet. The work normally hangs in Gallery 10 (it’s temporarily replaced by three Mary Cassatt works). If you happen to be in Manhattan, pop in to see it in a new setting. In exchange for the loan, the gallery is funding the glazing of the painting, an important protective measure.
Read the New York Times review. (Aw Holland Cotter, why didn’t you mention us?)
Read the New York Magazine review.
Photo: Robert McKeever/Courtesy Gagosian Gallery