Monet: late paintings of Giverny from the Musée Marmottan
Lynn Federle Orr, Paul Hayes Tucker, Elizabeth Murray, Musée Marmottan, New Orleans Museum of Art, M.H. De Young Memorial Museum
New Orleans Museum of Art, 1994 - Art - 87 pages
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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