Monet in Giverny: Landscapes of Reflection at the Cincinnati Art Museum is a stunning collection of 12 works — many painted after 1910 — that offers something for art lovers of all stripes. Your granny will be happy to gaze at utterly inoffensive subject matter, while aficionados can sink their teeth into the artist’s assertive paint handling. The pictures rank among Monet’s most cutting-edge and they find him, according to curator Benedict Leca, “groping at the limits of the medium.”
LANDSCAPES OF REFLECTION is on display at the Cincinnati Art Museum through May 13. Read more on the exhibit here.