Works by Claude Monet, the French painter and one of the founders of the Pop Art Impressionist movement through the eyes of Roy Liechtenstein are presented at the Mary Shelby Botanic Gardens in Sarasota, Florida, USA. advertisements. However, he was also fascinated by landscapes and the popular art of Impressionism.

He paid tribute and redefined Monet's works.

For the purposes of the exhibition “Roy Lichtenstein: Monet's Garden Goes” Pop! » The Botanic Gardens are home to a large-scale installation of Monet's works through the eyes of Roy Lichtenstein. .

The display of large-scale works of art is accompanied by a complete conversion of the area 607 acres in the Monet garden in Giverny with the aesthetics of Liechtenstein.

“It is like entering the world of Liechtenstein – if had created a world based on Monet “ reports according to APE Jennifer Rominicki, president and CEO of the Selby Gardens.

“Our team followed the principles applied by Liechtenstein in his work and applies them to our interpretation of Monet's garden in Giverny. This innovative, riveting interpretation has never been presented before. “ he noted.

but with a new note.

The iconic Japanese Bridge spans the koi fish pond of the Botanic Gardens, but looks like it was painted by Liechtenstein.

A combination of 2-D and 3 -D elements reproduce Monet's house or its colorful water lilies.

The stunning encounters of Impressionism and pop art impress visitors moving through the gardens at the Museum of Botanical Arts.

Inside the Museum, viewers can admire Liechtenstein's Water Lilies with Reflections series, limited edition large prints created in recent years and interpret Monet's famous water lilies.

The exhibition “Roy Lichtenstein: Monet's Garden Goes Pop!” which is part of the Jean & Alfred Goldstein Exhibition Series that explores the connection between nature and flowers with great artists will last until 27 June 2021.