Dive into the unique career of Doménikos Theotokópoulos, aka El Greco (1541-1614), and explore the artist's great ambition and artistic vision.
El Greco was a master of reinvention. This exhibition is centered around his most famous work, a massive altarpiece titled The Assumption of the Virgin (1577-1579). There are also large-scale canvases and intimate panel paintings, all of which showcase the artist's changing style throughout his career.
The Art Institute of Chicago's 33 paintings and 13 drawings by Claude Monet constitutes the largest Monet collection outside of Paris. In this special exhibition, explore even more Monet, and see how the Father of Impressionism's unique relationship with Chicago unfolded.
In this first-of-its-kind exhibition, browse over 60 paintings, including beloved major works, rarely seen still lifes, portraits of Monet's family, and seascapes and landscapes of remote areas of France, England, Italy, and Norway.
Home to some of the world's most recognizable artworks, the Art Institute of Chicago is America's second-largest art museum. Seeing famous art at the Art Institute of Chicago is a reliable way to ensure your day in the Windy City is nothing short of spectacular.
Secure your tickets for the Art Institute of Chicago and browse masterpieces by Pablo Picasso, Claude Monet, Vincent van Gogh, Francis Bacon, Salvador Dalí, Katsushika Hokusai, Paul Cézanne, Andy Warhol, Georgia O'Keeffe, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Henri Matisse, Georges Seurat, Edward Hopper, and Grant Wood – and that doesn't even scratch the surface of what's here!
Whether you're a casual art browser or a seasoned connoisseur, the Art Institute of Chicago will blow your mind with its seemingly neverending collection of treasures and masterpieces that rivals any of America's or Europe's top art powerhouses.
See iconic works like Edward Hopper's Nighthawks, van Gogh's The Bedroom, Picasso's The Old Guitarist, Grant Wood's American Gothic, Monet's Stacks of Wheat, Dalí's Inventions of the Monsters, and so many more.
Aside from the breathtaking permanent collection, the Art Institute of Chicago is also home to amazing temporary exhibitions that explore a diverse range of themes and topics.
Audio guides can also be rented for a small extra fee. They are compatible with t-coil hearing induction loops and are free for visually impaired visitors & their escorts.
Please pass the admission lines at the Michigan Avenue entrance at 111 S. Michigan or the Modern Wing entrance at 159 E. Monroe and proceed directly to the security desk to present your smartphone ticket for entry.