A passion for Renoir: Sterling and Francine Clark collect, 1916-1951
A Passion for Renoir is the first study of the world-famous Renoir collection assembled by Robert Sterling Clark, with the assistance of his wife, Francine. Based on Sterline Clark's extensive, never-before-published diaries, the book illuminates a period during which dealers, curators, critics, and collectors all considered Renoir the greatest of the Impressionists. 62 illustrations, 32 in full color.
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