Step into three of the world's most famous paintings, and hear the unknown stories of the artists. Edvard Munch's 'The Sun', Caspar David Friedrich's 'Monk by the Sea' and Claude Monet's 'Water Lilies'.
Step into some of the world's most famous paintings, and hear the unknown stories of the artists. 'The Sun' explores Edvard Munch's fascination with light as the source of all life. There is time to immerse yourself in the place on the Norwegian coast, where he himself sat over one hundred years ago and stared directly into the greatest light source of them all. In 'Monk by the Sea', Caspar David Friedrich's lonely monk gets some company, as you both look out to the sea. And 'Water Lillies' takes an in-depth look at Claude Monet's lifelong obsession with his garden in Giverny.