February 24 through May 20, 2018
See 59 masterworks by pioneering moderns including Paul Cézanne, Edgar Degas, Henri Matisse, Claude Monet, Édouard Manet, and Pierre-Auguste Renoir. This exhibition has been organized by the Brooklyn Museum in Brooklyn, New York.
PICTURED: Claude Monet, Rising Tide at Pourville, 1882. Oil on canvas, 26 x 32 inches. Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, New York, Gift of Mrs. Horace O. Havemeyer, Photo: Brooklyn Museum
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-Free admission to the museum, including the Monet to Matisse exhibition
-Special hours and evenings ONLY for WAM members to see Monet to Matisse
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Tuesday through Friday and Sunday
WAM members: Free
Seniors (age 60 and older): $15
Students w/ID and youth (ages 5 to 17): $3
Youth under age 5: Free
WAM members: Free
Adults and Seniors: $10
Students w/ID and youth up to age 17: Free
Monet to Matisse tickets include general museum admission.
NOTE: Tickets to Monet to Matisse may only be purchased at the museum's Welcome Desk. Due to the anticipated popularity of the exhibition, no phone or online ticket orders will be available. Tickets are valid only for the day of purchase; no refunds or exchanges.
Tuesday through Saturday: 10 am to 5 pm*
Sunday: Noon to 5 pm*
*NOTE: During this special exhibition, the Monet to Matisse galleries will be open only to WAM members during these days/times:
10 am to noon Saturday, May 19 and Sunday, May 20
5 to 8 pm Friday, May 4
The Wichita presentation of Monet to Matisse: French Moderns from the Brooklyn Museum, 1850–1950 has been generously underwritten by lead sponsors Paula and Barry Downing. The Lattner Family Foundation provided additional major underwriting. Mrs. E.W. Armstrong, Judy Slawson, DeVore Foundation, Dr. Dennis and Mrs. Ann Ross, Sondra Langel, and Charles Baker are principal sponsors. The Trust Company of Kansas, Emprise Bank, and Fred and Mary Koch Foundation are substantial corporate sponsors.
Generous private support has been provided by Patty and Bill Bennett, Louise Beren, the Berry Foundation, Mary Eves, Norma Greever, Helen and Ed Healy, Dr. and Mrs. Gyan Khicha, Mike and Dee Michaelis, and Sarah T. Smith. Martin Pringle Attorneys at Law, Ann and Martin Bauer, Nancy and John Brammer, Doug Brehm, Donna Bunk, Vicki Cady, Anne Coffin, Karen and John Hageman, Jeff Kennedy and Patti Gorham, Georgia and Keith Stevens, Sue and Kurt Watson, Alice and Dale Wiggins, James Boyd, and Glen and Marianne Misko are additional exhibition underwriters.
Pictured above: Édouard Manet, Young Girl on a Bench (Fillette sur un Banc) (detail), 1880. Oil on canvas, 29 1/2 x 24 inches. Brooklyn Museum, Collection of The Rita and Alex Hillman Foundation. Photo: Brooklyn Museum