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Monet's Impressions

by Metropolitan Museum of Art

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i love monet. so i enjoyed the pictures. the idea was to take snippets from his letters and match them with the pictures. ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0811870561, Hardcover)

Throughout his life, Claude Monet wrote and spoke about his art. This elegant book pairs spectacular reproductions of some of his most important paintings with his own words to create a uniquely personal look at the work of one of the worlds most renowned artists. The poetic text introduces readers to the Impressionists' goal of capturing a fleeting moment and makes this an art book perfect for the young and the young at heart.

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Presents paintings of Claude Monet, accompanied by phrases in the painter's own words, edited to form a simple rhyme that runs through the text.

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