The exhibition presents works painted by Monet during his stay in Bordighera and Dolceacqua.
Monday 29th April saw the inauguration of the exhibition Claude Monet, return to Riviera, on show at Villa Regina Margherita in Bordighera and at Castello Doria in Dolceacqua.
The exhibition was supported by Compagnia di San Paolo as part of the 2018 edition of the call Luoghi della Cultura and promoted by the municipalities of Bordighera and Dolceacqua. Its goal was to bring back to their original settings three of the 38 paintings by Monet, which were painted during his stay in Bordighera and Dolceacqua. The two exhibitions will feature a multimedia itinerary illustrating the French artist’s experience during his trip to the Riviera in 1884.
The exhibition is open to the public until 31st July with one ticket for both premises.
Roberto Timossi was at the inauguration on behalf of Compagnia di San Paolo.