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  1. Monet's Sunset Years: Retreating to Nature

    Monet's Sunset Years: Retreating to Nature

    In Claude Monet's late work, architectural elements are rare – with the exception of his Japanese bridge which serves to connect nature and culture. It plays a vital role in Monet's painting 'The Water-Lily Pond' (1899) that is currently on display at The Credit Suisse Exhibition: Monet & Architecture. 

  2. Lending color to Monet

    Lending color to Monet

    Building on its successful partnership with Credit Suisse and City Year UK, the National Gallery expanded its bespoke Education Program to primary schools in London, thus helping children acquire an early taste of color and brush.

  3. Q&A with Monet Scholar Richard Thomson

    Q&A with Monet Scholar Richard Thomson

    What motivated The National Gallery to put together 'The Credit Suisse Exhibition: Monet & Architecture'? Hear what Richard Thomson has to say and discover different ways of reading Monet's paintings.

  4. Celebration of the National Gallery Art Education Program

    Celebration of the National Gallery Art Education Program

    On April 25, Credit Suisse employees, City Year UK volunteers, students, parents and teachers gathered at the National Gallery to celebrate the successful outcomes of an art outreach program.

  5. Take the M-Train

    Take the M-Train

    Train stations and railways often feature in Claude Monet's work – something that is impressively demonstrated by "The Credit Suisse Exhibition: Monet & Architecture" at the National Gallery. All aboard!

  6. Claude Monet: Canvases Under Construction

    Claude Monet: Canvases Under Construction

    The National Gallery in London, long-term partner of Credit Suisse, invites you to pay a visit to Claude Monet's buildings. Step in and make yourself at home.

  7. J. M. W. Turner – A Man of Entrepreneurial Instinct

    J. M. W. Turner – 
    A Man of Entrepreneurial Instinct

    1856, the same year that Credit Suisse was founded, Joseph Mallord William Turner's collection of paintings was bequeathed to the British Nation. The National Gallery, long-term partner of Credit Suisse, inherited some of his most famous works. Turner was not only one of the greatest artists that Great Britain has ever produced, but also an exceptionally gifted businessman. Get to know the artist who embodied a sense of business that is very close to Credit Suisse's entrepreneurial mind-set of today.