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Claude Monet Masterpieces Of Art

Autor: Gordon Kerr
Publisher: Masterpieces of Art
ISBN: 9781783612109
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Features an introduction to the life and art of the famous Impressionist, and beautifully reproduced full-page artworks in an appealing hardback gift book.

100 Claude Monet Masterpieces

Autor: Claude Monet
Publisher: Flame Tree
ISBN: 9780857752505
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Part of a new series of beautiful gift art books, 100 Claude Monet Masterpieces features all of the popular works of this insightful and experimental artist, from his first inklings as an Impressionist to his later flirtations with Abstract Expressionism. With a fresh and thoughtful introduction to the life and art of one of the most famous artists in the world, the book goes on to showcase his key works in all their glory.

Mad Enchantment

Autor: Ross King
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 1632860147
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From bestselling author Ross King, a brilliant portrait of the legendary artist and the story of his most memorable achievement. Claude Monet is perhaps the world's most beloved artist, and among all his creations, the paintings of the water lilies in his garden at Giverny are most famous. Monet intended the water lilies to provide "an asylum of peaceful meditation." Yet, as Ross King reveals in his magisterial chronicle of both artist and masterpiece, these beautiful canvases belie the intense frustration Monet experienced in trying to capture the fugitive effects of light, water, and color. They also reflect the terrible personal torments Monet suffered in the last dozen years of his life. Mad Enchantment tells the full story behind the creation of the Water Lilies, as the horrors of World War I came ever closer to Paris and Giverny and a new generation of younger artists, led by Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso, were challenging the achievements of Impressionism. By early 1914, French newspapers were reporting that Monet, by then seventy-three, had retired his brushes. He had lost his beloved wife, Alice, and his eldest son, Jean. His famously acute vision--what Paul Cezanne called "the most prodigious eye in the history of painting†?--was threatened by cataracts. And yet, despite ill health, self-doubt, and advancing age, Monet began painting again on a more ambitious scale than ever before. Linking great artistic achievement to the personal and historical dramas unfolding around it, Ross King presents the most intimate and revealing portrait of an iconic figure in world culture.

Monet S Garden

Autor: Christoph Becker
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"Claude Monet (1840-1926) was one of the first artists to move his studio out into the open, creating works which continue to fascinate us today as much as they did his contemporaries. One of the founding fathers of Impressionist art, Monet's art consistently reflects the artist's profound love of nature. Many of his paintings were directly inspired by the gardens that played such an important role in his life - those at his two homes in Argenteuil, followed by his garden in Vetheuil. Yet the most famous of Monet's gardens was the expansive park in Giverny, which inspired his masterful handling of light and color for more than three decades and provided motifs for hundreds of individual paintings and series that remain so very popular today - among them the masterpieces of his Water-Lilies series. This volume of full-page color plates presents landscapes, still lifes, and portraits of people in gardens from nearly all of Monet's creative periods - from his early Impressionist paintings of the 1870s to the monumental Grandes Decorations."--BOOK JACKET.

Claude Monet

Autor: Julian Beecroft
Publisher: Masterworks
ISBN: 9781787552326
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Towards the end of his life and much inspired by Japanese water gardens, Monet spent a great deal of time in his beloved Giverny. Its famous green wooden footbridge was built across the water and its waterlilies became the focus of perhaps the most famous series of paintings the world has ever seen. A beautiful new book of masterworks.

Portrait Of An Artist Claude Monet

Autor: Lucy Brownridge
Publisher: Wide Eyed Editions
ISBN: 9780711248779
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Claude Monet is one of the best loved artists of all time. Find out how this special young painter strove to capture light and feeling in his paintings and how together with a group of talented friends, he came to start the most famous art movement of all time, Impressionism. In his long life he experienced war and heartbreak, love and the joy of family. See how his life shaped each piece of art he made and that throughout it all he never stopped trying to paint the ever changing light and glimmering water. In the end he built himself a garden filled with both, with waterlilies floating on dappled ponds setting the scene for his last, infamous masterpieces.

Monet In Giverny

Autor: Cincinnati Art Museum
Publisher: D Giles Limited
ISBN: 9781907804038
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This beautifully illustrated volume takes a fresh look at some of the most enduring landscapes painted by Claude Monet between 1883 and 1926 in and around his garden at Giverny, some 50 miles northwest of Paris. His depiction of sites in the surrounding


Autor: Shelley Swanson Sateren
Publisher: Capstone
ISBN: 9780736834124
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Discusses the personal life and artistic accomplishments of Impressionist Claude Monet.

The Annenberg Collection

Autor: Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)
Publisher: Metropolitan Museum of Art
ISBN: 1588393410
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"This is a revised and expanded edition of a book originally published by the Philadelphia Museum of Art in 1989 under the title 'Masterpieces of Impressionism and Post-Impressionism: the Annenberg Collection'"--T.p. verso.

Art Masterclass With Claude Monet

Autor: Katie Cotton
Publisher: Wide Eyed Editions
ISBN: 1786037971
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Learn to make art like the masters with art masterclass! In each book, undertake 12 lessons including drawing, coloring, and sketching activities that are designed to show you how the artist worked. Like Monet, you'll use dabs and strokes to show light, do a painting outside, and use bright colors to show different times of day. Then you can use everything you’ve learnt to create your masterpiece on the pull-out poster at the back using the sticker sheet.

Where Is The Frog

Autor: Geraldine Elschner
Publisher: Prestel Pub
ISBN: 9783791371399
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A tale inspired by Claude Monet's Water Lilies masterpieces features a lovely but vain frog, Antoinette, who engages in increasingly determined antics in her effort to be featured in a famous artist's paintings of a pond in Giverny.

Mystical Landscapes

Autor: Katharine Lochnan
Publisher: Prestel
ISBN: 9783791356006
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This richly illustrated volume explores mystical themes in European, Scandinavian, and North American landscape paintings from the late 1800s to the early 1900s. This book features works by Emily Carr, Marc Chagall, Arthur Dove, Paul Gauguin, Lawren Harris, Wassily Kandinsky, Gustav Klimt, Piet Mondrian, Claude Monet, Edvard Munch, Georgia O'Keeffe, Vincent van Gogh and James McNeill Whistler, among others. Common to their work is the expression of the spiritual crisis that arose in society and the arts in reaction to the disillusionments of the modern age, and against the malaise that resulted in the Great War. Many artists turned their backs on institutional religion, searching for truth in universal spiritual philosophies. This book includes essays investigating mystical landscape genres and their migration from Scandinavia to North America, with a focus upon the Group of Seven and their Canadian and American counterparts. Accompanying an exhibition at the Art Gallery of Ontario and the Mus�e d'Orsay, this book offers a penetrating look at the Symbolist influence on the landscape genre.

Monet S Table

Autor: Claire Joyes
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
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A member of Monet's family describes life at Giverny in the painter's day and shares family recipes.

Who Was Claude Monet

Autor: Ann Waldron
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9781101149454
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Claude Monet is considered one of the most influential artists of all time. He is a founder of the French Impressionist art movement, and today his paintings sell for millions of dollars. While Monet was alive, however, his work was often criticized and he struggled financially. With over one hundred black-and-white illustrations, this book unveils a true portrait of the artist!

Masterpieces Of Painting In The J Paul Getty Museum

Autor: J. Paul Getty Museum
Publisher: Getty Publications
ISBN: 9780892367108
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The J. Paul Getty Museum's paintings collection ranges from the fourteenth to the end of the nineteenth century. Among the finest examples of early Renaissance painting are the Madonna and Child by the Master of Saint Cecilia, Masaccio's Saint Andrew, and Gentile da Fabriano's richly painted Coronation of the Virgin. Typical of the High Renaissance are Andrea Mantegna's splendid Adoration of the Magi and Fra Bartolommeo's Rest on the Flight into Egypt. The art of the Netherlands in its Golden Age is represented by Jan Brueghel's much-loved painting The Entry of the Animals into Noah's Ark and by The Return from War, which he painted with Peter Paul Rubens, as well as a newly acquired and magnificent landscape by Hobberma. Rembrandt's Abduction of Europa, and Jan Steen's Drawing Lesson. Painting in France ranges from recently accessioned works by Poussin, Fragonard, and Lancret, through the Impressionism of Monet's seminal Sunrise and his Rowen Cathedral, while the modern age is exemplified by the Irises of Vincent van Gogh, Fernand Khnopff's Jeanne Kefer, and Cezanne's Still Life with Apples.


Autor: Salva Rubio
Publisher: NBM
ISBN: 1681121417
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The life of the great French painter, one of the founders of Impressionism, is narrated in lush comic art reminiscent of his style. From the Salon des Refuses ("Salon of the Rejected") and many struggling years without recognition, money, and yet a family to raise, all the way to great success, critically and financially, Monet pursued insistently one vision: catching the light in painting, refusing to compromise on this ethereal pursuit. It cost him dearly but he was a beacon for his contemporaries. We discover in this comics biography how he came to this vision as well as his turbulent life pursuing it.

Monet The Collector

Autor: Marianne Mathieu
Publisher: Editions Hazan, Paris
ISBN: 9780300232622
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Claude Monet, the leading figure in the Impressionist movement, was also a great collector. He lavished great attention on his acquisitions, whether selecting works to buy or taking care of the paintings given to him by his artist friends. He was capable of spending very considerable sums to obtain major works by the likes of Renoir or Cézanne. By dint of paintstaking research worthy of a complex police investigation, Marianne Mathieu and Dominique Lobstein have recreated this long-forgotten and yet incredibly rich personal collection, which is presented in this volume.

Impressionism In The Age Of Industry

Autor: Joseph Clarke
Publisher: Prestel
ISBN: 9783791358451
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This generously illustrated book examines the relationship between 19th-century Impressionism and industry in Europe. The late-19th century was a time of new technology, industry, and modernity. People were enthralled with their changing world and artists were not an exception. Fascinated by progress in every form, artists depicted factories, trains, and construction sites. Artists such as Claude Monet, Edgar Degas, Vincent van Gogh, and Camille Pissarro began to paint the world around them, from laundresses in the basements of Paris to rural laborers in fields. This book focuses on how Impressionist artists engaged and treated the topic of industry in their art. Chapters discuss how Paris was transformed into a bustling, modern city, the role of women in labor, and the demographic shift from rural to urban centers. Paintings, drawings, and prints, along with archival photographs help to illustrate this rich and complicated moment in art history. AUTHOR: Caroline Shields is the Assistant Curator of European Art at the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto. SELLING POINTS: * Impressionism is an incredibly popular art movement and this book focuses on some of the best Impressionist painters. * Some of the artists featured in this book includes Claude Monet, Edgar Degas, Vincent van Gogh, James Tissot, Maximilien Luce, Camille Pissarro, Eugéne Boudin, Alfred Sisley, and Gustave Caillebotte. 100 colour images