๐Ÿท A toast to Monet…enjoy 1/2 wine

Raise your glass to the beauty of Monet

The Denver Art Museum
Claude Monet, Fishing Boats, 1883. Oil on canvas; 25-3/4 x 36 -1/2 in. Frederic C. Hamilton Collection, bequeathed to the Denver Art Museum.

The Denver Art Museum recently gifted the Mile High City with an incredible exhibit. And Wash Park restaurant, Fooducopia, wants to offer you a toast.

Claude Monet: The Truth of Natureย is now on display and features over 120 paintings celebrating one of the greatest French impressionist artists. But Monet, who suffered near blindness later in life, at one time thought otherwise about his art.

The Denver Art Museum
Claude Monet in his studio, 1920. Private collection/Roger-Viollet, Paris/Bridgeman Images.

โ€œMy life has been nothing but a failure, and all thatโ€™s left for me to do is to destroy my paintings before I disappear.โ€โ€”Monet

Thankfully he didn’t willfully consent to self doubt.ย  So Fooducopia wants you to raise a glass to toast the brilliance of his art. Hence get ready to imbibe after you have indulged in Monet’s masterpieces. And be sure to show your server your Monet Exhibit ticket to enjoy the below offer.

Denver will be the sole U.S. venue for this presentation through through Feb. 2, 2020.

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