The Impressionists Revealed: Masterpieces from Private Collections
Attractively illustrated art book which presents a range of privately owned impressionist paintings which are rarely or never viewed by the public. Artists represented include Renoir, Monet, Van Gogh and Gaugin, as well as 25 lesser known painters. Each painting is described and discussed with reference to its creator's background. Includes biographical details of each collector, a bibliography and an index.
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