Water Lilies Reunited at St. Louis Art Musuem

Megan Lynch

ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOX) – A series of Monet masterpieces will be on display at the St. Louis Art Museum this fall.

The impressionist painted 250 images of water lilies in his career.

A select group meant to provide insight into Monet’s methods will be on display in St. Louis starting October 2nd.

Three of the series’ works were painted as a set that stretches 42 feet. The three works will be displayed together for the first time in more than 30 years.

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  1. Ed Golterman says:

    Beautiful. Now reunite the people of St. Louis County with the $50 million a year in tax money that goes to the zoo and mseums and reunite the people of the city of St. Louis with the $20 million a year they are ‘relieved’ of. These institutions have evolved multiple money-flows over the years. They no longer need direct
    tax support.

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