Monet's years at Giverny: beyond Impressionism

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Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1978 - Art - 180 pages
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Specifically illustrating the works that Claude Monet painted at Giverny, a collection of his most beloved art includes eighty-one colorplates that include examples of the Haystacks, Poplars, Morning on the Seine, Japanese Footbridge, and Water Lilies series.

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User Review  - Claire S - Goodreads

I like the ones with trees better than the ones with water. They're so.. fluctuating.. The trees are so .. solid. Some about him as well, a few pictures of his studio, etc.. Read full review

Contents

foreword Philippe de Montebello
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monetsg1verny Daniel Wildenstein
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chronology
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