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Monet in the 20th Century (1998)

by Paul Hayes Tucker, George Shackleford

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An illustrated examination of Monet's work between 1900 and 1926, which sets the paintings in a personal as well as an historical context. The authors also assess the artists public persona and his personal and professional strategies. The text is designed to accompany an exhibition at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts in September 1998.… (more)
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An excellent book and exhibition on the later years in the life and work of Claude Monet. The focus is on his studies in light and color - paintings of his garden in Giverny, the lily pond and Japanese-style bridge - and how his deteriorating eyesight (he underwent two cataract surgeries) impacted his work. ( )
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At first sight, Monet's late Grandes Décorations are a far cry from the landscapes of his "high Impressionist" period of the 1870s, painted around fifty years earlier.
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An illustrated examination of Monet's work between 1900 and 1926, which sets the paintings in a personal as well as an historical context. The authors also assess the artists public persona and his personal and professional strategies. The text is designed to accompany an exhibition at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts in September 1998.

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Yale University Press

2 editions of this book were published by Yale University Press.

Editions: 0300079443, 0300077491

 

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