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Through 20 December



Although a century apart, Claude Monet and Gerhard Richter each redefined painting and the art world in their respective eras. Monet, rejected by the conservative Académie des Beaux-Arts in the 1860s, founded the Impressionist movement by expressing his perceptions of nature as truly and immediately as possible. Light, colour and shape took centre stage rather than the figurative form. Richter, working since the 1960s, has pursued arguably the most profound modern-day inquiry into nature and the purpose of painting in the post-war era. As he creates in reaction to genres as diverse as Pop Art, photography and landscapes, Richter’s abstract masterpieces bridge the gap between colourist and conceptualist and similarly break the paradigm of tradition.

Christie’s anticipated selling exhibition Monet ǀ Richter新皇冠体育APP下载 addresses the implicit dialogue between these two prominent art visionaries and showcases the special collaboration between the Impressionist and Modern Art and Post-War and Contemporary Art departments. Preview the evolving viewing room whose carefully curated pairings pose a fundamental challenge to the distinction between abstraction and representation.



Highlights

  • Gerhard Richter (b. 1932)

    Zwei Bäume (Two Trees)
    oil on canvas
    24 ⅜ x 24 ⅜ in. (62 x 62 cm.)

  • Claude Monet (1840‒1926)

    Les Bords de la Seine près de Vétheuil
    oil on canvas
    23 x 31 in. (58.4 x 78.7 cm.)

  • Gerhard Richter (b. 1932)

    Bäume im Feld (Trees in Field), 1988
    oil on canvas
    32.5 x 44 in. (82 x 112 cm.)

  • Claude Monet (1840‒1926)

    Chêne au Bas-Bréau, le Bodmer
    signed ‘Claude Monet’ (lower right)
    oil on canvas
    21 ⅜ x 16 ⅛ in. (54.4 x 41 cm.)
    Painted circa 1865

  • Claude Monet (1840‒1926)

    Leicester Square, la nuit
    stamped ‘Claude Monet’ (lower right)
    oil on canvas
    31 ½ x 25 ¼ in. (80 x 64 cm.)
    Painted in 1900-1901

  • Gerhard Richter (b. 1932)

    Abstraktes Bild
    signed twice, numbered twice and dated twice '889-11 Richter 2004 889-11
    Richter 2004' (on the reverse)
    oil on canvas
    34 ¼ x 50 ½ in. (87 x 128.3 cm.)
    Painted in 2004


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Monet Richter

Online | Through 20 December

Exhibition information

Online exhibition through 20 December



Location

Christie's New York
20 Rockefeller Center
New York, NY 10020

Select Highlights on view in New York, November - December

Contact

MonetRichter@forcedowload.com

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