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Each of the museums also collaborated to X-ray for the first time sections of their panels, giving a better sense of what each painting looked like in 1921, and what they look like today, showing substantial changes.
Visitors can also use touch screen panels to “make your own Monet,” which can then be displayed on the museum’s web site. Another display allows visitors to get a close-up look at _ and touch _ versions of the artist’s short, loose brush strokes, and yet another gives visitors the chance to type a word or two describing their experience. Those words are then projected in light on the walls of that room.
In the “Water Lily” series, Monet said he wanted to create “an asylum of peaceful meditation in the midst of a flowered aquarium.”
That flowered aquarium opens next Saturday.
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