Monet



Claude Monet Transformed Light And Colour Into Art In 1874 His Impression, Sunrise Caused Uproar Among The Critics And A Revolution In Painting His Inventiveness Was Inexhaustible With The Haystacks, Poplars, Cathedrals And, Finally, The Enchanting Water Lilies Of Givemy, Monet Captured Light In All Its Fleeting Qualities At Last, Almost Blind I Fear The Dark Than Death He Feverishly Produced Near Abstract Landscapes Of Water And Reflection, A Vision Of Nature That Paved The Way For The Art Of Our Own Day This Book Traces His Career.Monet

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  • Unknown Binding
  • 175 pages
  • Monet
  • Sylvie Patin
  • English
  • 11 August 2018
  • 0500300305

10 thoughts on “Monet

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    Monet takes me on a long walk through vibrant spring and summer gardens.

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    This book taught me a lot about Monet It discusses his life and how it influenced his art I have always like Monet s works and found this book insightful.

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    The following is a partial review To read the full review, please visit my blog.Though I know very little about it, art has intrigued me for the past few years and impressionism, in particular, has really captured my interest So, as I have a few months to go until my next university course kicks off, now seems like the perfect time to begin learning a littleabout this form of creative expression.After recently taking an audio tour around the National Gallery and finding myself admiring M The following is a partial review To read the full review, please visit my blog.Though I know very little about it, art has intrigued me for the past few years and impressionism, in particular, has really captured my interest So, as I have a few months to go until my next university course kicks off, now seems like the perfect time to begin learning a littleabout this form of creative expression.After recently taking an audio tour around the National Gallery and finding myself admiring Monet s workthan most others, this book caught my eye in the giftshop Unlike many art books that I ve seen, this one, published by Thames and Hudson, comes as a compact paperback, making it easy to lug aro...

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    It s great reading about his life and surroundings which seem to affect his paintings the Salon vs the impressionism Camille and Alice indoor to outdoor venue from 5,000 to 50,000 franc from Le Havre to Giverny etc started reading in Boston and ended in Ubud

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    Great beginner s guide, with interesting layout and full color pics, to Monet and impressionism in general.

  7. says:

    This is a very decent first book to learn about Monet, Impressionism, painting in France at that time, and why these matter.

  8. says:

    good quick into to Monet and his work exactly what I was looking for

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    I found the timeline of the text and the overload of sidebar information a bit confusing at times Overall, an informative read about Monet s life a career.

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