Monet’s water lilies : the threshold of modern art

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Four Frogs Crêperie

30 Saint Pauls Street

Randwick, NSW 2031

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Join Corinne Estrada, the French speaker, on a dazzling talk about Monet that will change the way you look at Modern Art.

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Monet is known for being one of the giants of Impressionism but he was actually mostly an abstract painter. Discover Monet’s life in Paris in 1870 when he became famous and why he became obsessed with waterlilies in his retreat of Giverny. Look again his masterpieces and understand why is palette changed over the years.

From 6pm to 8pm, come learn from leading arts expert Corinne Estrada, CEO at Communicating the Arts, the international conference for cultural leaders for morethan 20 years. She will immerse you in Monet's life and his best kept secrets while you are sharing a crepe and a glass of cider included in your ticket price.

Talking the Arts is the new event for arts lovers in Sydney about masters such as Van Gogh, Picasso, Matisse, Gauguin. Join us every Tuesday at Four Frogs Randwick.

>> Your ticket includes a 90 minute talk + a crêpe of your choice + a glass of cider

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