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Monet

Stephan Koja

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ISBN 10: 3791316710 / ISBN 13: 9783791316710
Published by Prestel, 1997
Condition: Good Hardcover
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Title: Monet

Publisher: Prestel

Publication Date: 1997

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Good

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The name Claude Monet is synonymous with French Impressionism, yet, particularly in his later years, Monet's painting aqcuired a profoundly spiritual quality. The basis of Monet's art is light in all its manifestations, as he captured fleeting impressions in a spontaneous style of open-air painting that was rigorously opposed to academic tradition. This monograph, initially published to accompany an exhibition in Vienna, includes paintings from the artist's entire career. These range from early works painted in the forest at Fontainebleau, through the landscapes of his mature period, to his almost abstract later work. Depictions of the Thames and of Rouen Cathedral are included, as well as examples of the poppy field, haystack, and waterlily series. Most of the paintings shown are from Paris collections, and these are supplemented by many rarely seen works from European, American and Japanese collections. The book contains an introductory essay and commentaries on all the plates, which are arranged in thematic groups. Illustrated biographical notes on the artist and extracts from his letters are also included.

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Claude Monet Monet was a true magician of light and of colour. Yet it is not only his painting that fascinates us, but also the interesting life he led with his family and many friends. This book tells the tale of an unusual artist and his pictures and is aimed at the young and young at heart. Full description

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