The Denver Art Museum Brings Paris to the Mile High

Screen Shot 2013-10-22 at 9.26.43 AMStarting this Sunday, October 27, and lasting through February 9, 2014, The Denver Art Museum will open a trio of exhibitions focusing on French art from the late 1600s to the early 1900s. The exhibits explore changes in art and society during three pivotal centuries in art history. Guests will get a sense of the changes in French culture during the absolute monarchy of Louis XIV and all the way through the impressionist works of Claude Monet during the late 20th century.  Some big names to anticipate include Edgar Degas, Camille Pissarro, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Vincent Van Gogh, Paul Cezanne, Pierre-Auguste Renoir as well as a rare opportunity to view eleven works by Claude Monet at one time.

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In celebration of the Denver Art Museum exhibit, The Brown Palace is now offering an exclusive ‘Passport to Paris’ package in order to offer guests a luxurious resting place to contemplate and reflect about the masterpieces featured at the DAM. Enjoy a cigar in the Churchill bar, sip a French martini at Ellyngton’s Restaurant, enjoy afternoon tea in the atrium, all while you relish in the authenticity of The Brown’s iconic footprint in Denver’s history. Rates starting at $259 offer a one-night stay in the Brown Palace’s luxury guest suites, two VIP tickets to the Passport to Paris exhibit at the Denver Art Museum and a commemorative gift to remind you of your time spent walking through the streets of Paris a mile above sea level.  Let us take care of the details while you marvel in the magic of French art through the centuries.

 

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