Monet's years at Giverny: beyond Impressionism
Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1978 - Art - 180 pages
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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1933 Collection Alfred Sisley April Art Bequest artist Beaux-Arts Blanche Hoschede-Monet Boussod and Valadon Cathedral series Cezanne Charles MofFett Claude Monet Oil Clemenceau to Monet Collection of Country color Country Life Magazine Coutela DANIEL WILDENSTEIN Decorations Durand-Ruel Gallery easels Epte River Exhibition February France Garden Path Georges Petit Gallery Giverny Signed Guillemot Gustave Geffroy Henri Manuel Impressionism Impressionist Japanese footbridge Jeufosse June landscape large Water Lilies Late Lent anonymously Letter Louis Vauxcelles lower left lower right Manet Metropolitan Museum Modern Art Monet paints Monet to Durand-Ruel Monet's stepdaughter Morning motifs Muray The Museum Musee Marmottan Museum of Art Museum of Modern Nickolas Muray Octave Mirbeau Oil on canvas Orangerie panels Paris Paul Durand-Ruel Pissarro Port-Villez Pourville Renoir Rodin Rouen Cathedral Signed and dated Summer Monet Thames series third studio Typed copy Vauxcelles Venturi Vernon Vetheuil visit Monet Water Lilies series Water Lilies Signed water-lily pond willows wisteria York Gift