Tate Britain serves up a feast of Impressionism and gastronomy
Fine food meets fine art at Tate Britain’s onenight-only festive dining event. Visit the ‘Impressionists in London’ exhibition after hours to follow the stories of Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro and other French artists who escaped across the Channel during the Franco-prussian War and built close connections with their British counterparts. Afterwards, make your way to the gallery’s Rex Whistler Restaurant to indulge in a four-cour sed inne rf eaturin gd ishes such as roast goose with potato terrine, and chocolate fondant with black cherries. fh The event takes place on 8 December at Tate Britain (www. tate.org.uk); tickets cost £100. ‘Impressionists in London’ runs until 7 May 2018.
claude monet’s houses of parliament, sunlight effect (1903). above right: camille pissarro’s charing cross bridge (1890)