Monet: Life And Works by Marianne Sachs
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ISBN
9780304355679
Date Released
Binding
Paperback
Pages
144
Dimensions
165 x 156mm
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Claude-Oscar Monet (1840 - 1926) was the longest lived of the Impressionists and the most relentlessly productive. The catalogue of his oeuvre runs to more than 2000 items, some of them canvases on a very large scale. Monet achieved an enormous reputation in his own lifetime - his sun-filled canvases of water-lilies, his famous garden at Giverny, and his shimmering haystacks remain some of the most popular paintings of all time. His work defines the central tenets of Impressionism - painting with unmixed colour, excluding black from the palette, and attempting to seize the instantaneous effects of nature - and he pushed them further than any other artist.

'Monet: Life and Works' follows his artistic career from a young painter exploring the traditions of landscape painting through to his final and magnificent canvases of water-lilies that herald the modern movement.
ISBN:
9780304355679
Publication Date:
01 / 10 / 2000
Pages:
144
Dimensions:
165 x 156mm

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