How did Monet see the Westminster skyline?
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Exhibition opens with Monet's impressions of London

The Houses of Parliament have got the builders in at the moment, with scaffolding covering much of the famous façade, including Big Ben.

But those after a good view of the skyline could head to an exhibition featuring some of the most famous paintings of Westminster, including those by impressionist Claude Monet, which has opened in London. Elizabeth Glinka reports for the Daily Politics.

  • 05 Dec 2017
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