Renoir's Garden

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Frances Lincoln, 1995 - Gardens - 120 pages
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This is a celebration of Renoir's last fruitful years at Les Colettes on the Cote d'Azur. With its rich blend of photographs of the house and garden today and nostalgic photographs of Renoir at his easel, as well as reproductions of some of his paintings, Renoir's Garden is a unique record of the 'paradise on earth' which inspired the Impressionist painter to complete more than 600 works of art. With an affectionate foreword by the painter's great-grandson Jacques Renoir, this book is a superb evocation of a much-loved and hither-to little-known garden, now preserved as a living museum to the artist.

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User Review  - Firefly - Goodreads

This is a beautifully tendered story about Renoir's home and life at Les Collettes. The photography is lovely and I have found it personally inspiring to me as an artist. I would think anyone would ... Read full review

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User Review  - lucybrown - LibraryThing

This is a beautiful book, though I am not much interested in Renoir, my least favorite of the impressionists. So far I have only flipped through it. Read full review

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