DENVER (CBS4) – Critic at Large Greg Moody takes a look inside the “Nature As Muse” exhibit, part two of a three part exhibit featuring 300 years of French Art.

‘Passport to Paris’ is made up of three parts, part two of which being ‘Nature As Muse’ which includes many impressionistic landscapes.

Up close the intricate brush work of the art can be seen while from afar the artist’s vision of nature comes together.

“Get up close to it and all you see is flecks of paint. Step back and the piece comes alive,” said Moody.

In the Nature ‘As Muse’ exhibit there are six paintings by Claude Monet, many from the Frederic C. Hamilton collection.

What Mr. Hamilton collected is now brought together in the ‘Nature as Muse’ exhibit.

The ‘Passport to Paris’ Exhibit runs through Feb. 9.

LINK | Buy Tickets At The Denver Art Museum’s Website

– Greg Moody is CBS4’s Critic At Large. His reports on CBS4 News are featured on the Entertainment section.

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