Monet in Normandy
Rizzoli, 2006 - Art - 192 pages
An extraordinary new look at the world's most beloved Impressionist, this catalogue examines some of the artist's most important paintings, including the famed Giverny canvases, the iconic haystacks, and the Rouen cathedral series. Many rarely seen works are also featured and illustrate Monet's enduring ties to the Norman region. It was in Normandy that Monet began his painting career, and it was there that he met his first great mentor, Eugene Boudin. Monet developed a deep affection for the region. He would return time after time to depict its dramatic coastline, picturesque villages, and seaside resorts. Normandy has been a source of inspiration for artists over the centuries, and the catalogue puts Monet's work in context with those who came before-Corot, Millet, Courbet, Whistler, and Boudin-and his fellow revolutionaries-Morisot, Pissarro, Renoir, Degas.Featuring more than sixty master works,Monet in Normandymarks one of the largest Impressionist exhibitions to be on view in the United States. Illuminating the essays are works by other great contemporaries such as Pissarro, Morisot, and Degas.
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Monet in NormandyUser Review - Overstock.com
This is an excellent catalogue of paintings in the current "Monet in Normandy" exhibition. The book's photographic reporductions are outstanding ... and the discussion of Monet's work during this period is good and well worth reading. ...
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My husband, in-laws, and I saw the Monet in Normandy exhibit here in Raleigh - I do love impressionism. I saw paintings I was less familiar with... this book catalogues the exhibit. Delightful!