Enjoy two fabulous art exhibits at the de Young Museum in San Francisco.
The exhibit on Impressionist Claude Monet concentrates on the final phase of Monet's career, from 1913 to his death in 1926. During this period, Monet painted mostly in his own garden at Giverny, a village located about 45 miles northwest of Paris. Fifty paintings are in the exhibit, showing his bold studies of the environment and light, crossing the threshold into abstraction.
The exhibit of Paul Gauguin is on view for the first time in San Francisco. Best known as a painter and printmaker, he also created inventive ceramics and sculptures. On display are 85 objects, including wood carvings, ceramics and 50 paintings. The exhibition explores Gauguin's spiritual journey during his time in Tahiti in the 1890s and later in the Marquesas Islands.
Funded in part by the Senior Mobility Initiative of the Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund.
For Adults 65+
Wednesday, March 6
9:30 AM–4:00 PM
Check-in at 9:30 AM in the lower lobby of the Schultz Cultural Arts Hall
Let Michelle know if you are a museum member before you register.
Price includes a ticket to both exhibits and transportation by private motor coach.
To register for the trip, please contact the Customer Service Desk at (650) 223-8700.
There are no refunds.
If you need personal assistance of any kind, you must bring an escort.
For more information, contact Michelle Rosengaus at (650) 223-8616 or [email protected].