Claude Monet New Impressionistic -- The Track of Time Art Exhibition offers art lovers an extraordinary opportunity to be so close to one of the greatest painters’ works and to appreciate art in a modern way. Based on its original content and technology, the exhibition combines some latest techniques, such as 3D mapping, intelligent interactive devices and installation art to create an immersion art exhibition experience.
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The exhibition area takes about 800 sqm which is going to show more than 400 art works by Claude Monet. There are eight exhibition zones, including “The Dawn of the Impression”, “Elegant Paris”, “The Impression of Sunrise”, “The Mysterious Sky”, “Encounter Love”, “The Colour of Impression”, “The Source of Impression” and “The Secret Garden”.
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Claude Monet (1840.11.14 —1926.12.5), one of the founders of the French impressionist painting and a prolific practitioner of the movement’s philosophy of expressing one’s feelings towards nature. Some of his world famous works include Sunrise, Water Lilies, Poplars, Haystacks, etc.
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“When you go out to paint try to forget what object you have before you - a tree, a house, a field or whatever. Merely think, here is a little square of blue, here an oblong of pink, here a streak of yellow, and paint it just as it looks to you, the exact colour and shape, until it emerges as your own naive impression of the scene before you.” – Claude Monet
Entrance: A giant locomotive stands in front of visitors as if it’ll take you through history. The interior of the exhibition hall is decorated with 19th century European train style, presenting an environment of what did Monet had lived in the seventeenth century.