Hear from the Curator

Claude Monet’s paintings introduced a new way of looking at the world. Katie Hanson, associate curator, Paintings, Art of Europe, and curator of “Monet and Boston: Lasting Impression,” discusses Monet’s unique way of seeing the everyday and how he “trained the modern eye” through his paintings. She also talks about Bostonians who visited Monet at his home in Giverny, a historical connection to our city that helps bring the past to life.