Phaidon Press, Incorporated, 1988 - Art - 128 pages
"An exciting discovery about French impressionism is that it was the achievement not just of a few acclaimed heroes like Monet, Renoir, Pissarro and Cèzanne, but of a much larger group of painters. This is the first book on these 'Unknown Impressionists' whose images of their contemporary life, of their cities and landascapes, were such an innovation in painting." -- back cover.
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1881 exhibition Alphonse Legros artists Auguste Ottin Auvers Banks Barbizon Bathers Beaux-Arts Boulevard Brittany Cafe Cassatt Cezanne Cezanne's collector commented contemporary Cordey Corot critics dealer detail of PI Diego Martelli Durand-Ruel Duranty Edgar Degas Edouard Beliard Etching Eugene Boudin Europe Bridge exhibitors Federico Zandomeneghi Felix Bracquemond figure fourth exhibition Franco-Prussian francs Gauguin Giuseppe de Nittis gouache group exhibitions group of painters Gustave Caillebotte Henri Rouart Huysmans Impressionism Impressionist included independent exhibitions independent shows Intransigents Jean-Baptiste-Armand Guillaumin Jean-Franqois Raffaelli Jean-Louis Forain Jules landscape London Lucien Macchiaioli Manet Marcellin Desboutin Marie Bracquemond modern Monet and Renoir Morisot Musée Musee d'Orsay Museum National Gallery Nouvelle-Athenes nude Oil on canvas Oil on panel paintings Parisian participants Pastel Paul Paul Signac peasant Pontoise Private collection ragpickers recruit Renoir represented Salon scenes Signac Sisley Stanislas Lepine studied third exhibition Tillot urban Victor Vignon Vignon watercolours Woman wrote to Pissarro Yerres Zola