Monet In Paris - Le Grand Palais - Extended

Monet In Paris - Le Grand Palais - Extended


Posted 2023-08-22 by Cris follow

Wed 07 Jun 2023 - Sun 27 Aug 2023

Due to the success of Monet in Paris, the spectacular art exhibition has been extended to Sunday the 27th of August 2023. If you haven't been to the exhibition, don't miss out on the opportunity to see the masters of French Impressionism as you have never seen before.

The experience takes approximately 60 minutes, but you are welcome to stay as long as you like to enjoy Le Grand Palais. The art exhibition is suitable for all ages and for all people.

Enjoy Montmartre's Artist Square, spend a few minutes in the Wildflower Room and delve into the amazing gallery where the Impressionist's masterpieces come alive in a 360-degree experience like no other.

Make sure to take photos on the famous bridge over the lilies pond and to have a portrait painted by a real artificial intelligence Impressionist.

The lovely atmosphere of the cafe.

Get transported in a different dimension, where light and colours rule.

The French Impressionism.

It is the 19th century and Claude Monet begins a completely new way of painting, obsessed with capturing the lights and the impressions at different times of the day. Monet’s paintings are inspired by nature and influenced by his personal experience. The broken brushstrokes become the quintessential style of Impressionism.

Most generally the artists in the past used to paint indoors, in their studios. Colours were difficult to mix and transport, but then in 1841, John G. Rond invented and patented the first collapsible artist paint tube. This was an important invention and allowed the Impressionist painters to paint their artworks outdoors, a revolution in the arts field.

Monet and the Impressionists come into a time when there were many changes in the literature, science and politic in Paris and in Europe. In the 19th century, France experienced strong social and political changes, rapid growth and technological innovations.

Make your entry to the Impressionist world.

The Impressionists painted the sensations of the scene as they perceived them.

Monet's Lifelong Dream was to Capture the True Beauty of the World.

Monet's lifelong dream was to capture the true beauty of the world. His paintings of water lilies are considered his finest work.

Gazing over the water, Monet painted dozens and dozens of Water Lilies, where light and colour dominate the scene, creating a dazzling pixeled-like effect, a totally new style in those times.

The Water Lilies are the most iconic images of Impressionism.

Painting Ordinary Aspects.

Monet painted many aspects of everyday people.

The Impressionists painted ordinary moments from everyday life. They wanted to capture authentic scenes, depicting what they perceived at any given moment.

Impressionists depicted modern city scenes with fast and innovative brushstrokes.

At the core of the Impressionist is the ability to paint fleeting moments

Edgar Degas specialized in depicting dancers.

Top Highlights.

Experience new technology for a complete immersion in French Impressionism.

Claude Monet’s The Magpie; Monet painted several canvases to analyse the way sunlight reflects upon the snow, painting tones of red, pink, purple and blue at different times of the day. All of this can be experienced with great music and be viewed on giant screens.

Take a photo of the famous bridge over the lilies pond.

You can have fantastic photos on the bridge.

Having a portrait done by a digital Impressionist.


Sensory 4TM is an immersive technology that uses visual and audio systems to create special effects. It incorporates forty high-definition projectors, motion graphics and cinema-quality sound.
The combination of all these factors produces the most amazing multi-screen environment experience in the world.

Real people blend in the Impressionistic paintings.


Monet in Paris is at Northshore, 97 MacArthur Ave, Hamilton QLD 4007.

Opening Hours.

Mon - Thurs: 10am - 6pm
Last entry at 5pm
Friday: 10am - 8:30pm
Last entry at 7:30pm
Saturday: 9am - 8:30pm
Last entry at 7:30pm
Sunday: 9am - 6pm
Last entry at 5pm

Book your tickets online or at the exhibition.



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