Monet by HimselfClaude Monet
This volume on the life and work of Claude Monet presents a collection of Monet's letters and a selection of his paintings, pastels and drawings. The text traces the young artist through his first encounters with the Parisian art scene, his days as a commanding presence in the Impressionist movement and the final chapter of his life when he produced some of his most ambitious and colourful work at Giverny. Monet emerges as a more troubled and complex individual than his sun-filled canvases might suggest.
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|Publisher||Little, Brown & Company|
|Number of Pages||320|