Claude Monet, 1840-1926 : a feast for the eyes /Publication details: Köln : New York : Benedikt Taschen, ©1998.Description: 220 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 30 cmISBN:
- Monet [Cover title]
- ND553.M7 S238 1998
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Childhood and artistic beginnings -- A new way of seeing : first successes and setbacks in the Salon -- Interludes in England and Holland, 1870/71 -- Argenteuil, 1872-1878 : the new movement is named -- Vétheuil, 1878-1881 : 'A difficult time with a dark future' -- Poissy, 1881-1883 : 'New start and new hope' -- Giverny, 1883-1926 : 'The legend has begun' -- Monet's "Water lilies" decorations and the 'Sistine Chapel of Impressionism' -- Claude Monet : biographical summary -- Alphabetical list of paintings.
Illustrated with reproductions of his paintings, this book discusses the works of Monet, from his early artistic leanings to his accomplishments that would have a decisive influence on the modern art of the 20th century.