A Passport To...

The Passport is the official entry document needed to transport an individual and the Denver Art Museum does not disappoint.  Passport To Paris, the current exhibit at the Denver Art Museum, transports one from 2013 to pre Impressionism in France through the entire era.  The Hamilton wing takes on rival museums and is host to a record number of Monet paintings and drawings in one building.  The history of the era from Louis III & IV through the French Revolution and the Napoleon empire straight to the golden age of La Belle Epoque is uniquely told through the incredible Hamilton and Denver Art Museum collection.  Experience the Pissaros and Manets in a presentation that is breathtaking.  There are three significant rooms, Court to Cafe, the Drawing Room and the En Plein Aire collection.  As with all forms of transport, plan on a delay as you will find yourself floating in front of a Monet for several minutes or travelling back for another glance at the Sisley.  The collection was compiled by the museum's inspired curator Angelica Daneo and is a must see!

The Denver Art Museum is but one of the many cultural sites offered in the Denver area, nestled amongst the Clifford Still museum and near the Denver Center for Performing Arts and the Ellie Caulkins auditorium that is currently host to the Denver Film Festival; all just minutes from the landmark condominium building of Four Hundred East Third.  The location of Four Hundred East Third is ideal, as a primary home in the city without the inner city, or a secondary home for Coloradoans who cannot resist the lure of the mountains seen from most units.

Available now is a two bedroom, two bath unit with sweeping views from the southeast to Pikes Peak and west to Mt Evans.  The unit has two secured underground parking spaces and amenities such as a concierge, fitness center, business and entertainment rooms and two guest suites available for family and friends taking in the cultural events in Denver.

Call for an appointment to see this incredible value, the Cherry Creek alternative.

Judy Fahrenkrog
Kentwood City Properties
  posted: November 8, 2013 - Judy's Denver - Blog
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