Monet: late paintings of Giverny from the Musée Marmottan

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New Orleans Museum of Art, 1994 - Art - 87 pages
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Claude Monet was a skilled landscape designer as well as a great artist. He turned his garden at Giverny into a magnificent living canvas which appears and reappears in many of his paintings. In an intriguing mix of art history and garden theory, this beautifully illustrated book provides a unique look at the late master works of this ever-popular impressionist painter.

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this is essentially the catalogue for a traveling exhibit i caught in portland in 1995 that changed my world. his late paintings--many done while he was nearly blind from cataracts--are incredibly ... Read full review

Contents

Foreword
6
An Introduction
27
ATI Monet as a Garden Artist
49
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