We got all excited when we heard that Ernst & Young was to sponsor an exhibition on Money in the 20th Century, and only slightly less excited when we realised it was “Monet”, not “Money” on show.
The Royal Academy of Art in London’s Piccadilly has – with a little financial help from Ernst & Young – assembled an impressive collection of works from France’s leading impressionist, which will be on show from 23 January to 19 April.
The show has gathered unprecedented publicity, and you may have heard that advance ticket sales have topped 125,000 at #9 a throw. All of which proves that E&Y really does know the colour of Monet.
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