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Monet

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Monet Or the Triumph of Impressionism

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A major biography of the artist, supported by a wealth of examples of his work.

Monet Or The Triumph of Impressionism

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Monet oder Der Triumph des Impressionismus

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Monet Or The Triumph of Impressionism Catalogue raisonn

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Monet and Modernism

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"This illustrated volume examines the lines of influence leading from Monet to the great modern exponents of Abstract Expressionism. The book emphasizes the innovative aspects of Monet's late works, including his famous waterlily paintings and Rouen Cathedral series. His paintings are juxtaposed with those of 30 modern artists, including Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko, Barnett Newman, Clyfford Still, and Ellsworth Kelly." "The ground-breaking importance of Monet's late work was long underestimated by avant-garde artists of the early 20th century. For them Cezanne was the father of modern art. It was only in the 1950s that the Abstract Expressionists in America and Europe began to recognize and build upon Monet's achievements. This fascinating volume provides fresh insight into the works of Monet and the followers of Abstract Expressionism in its various American and European manifestations."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Painting Light

Author : Iris Schaefer
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Uses modern technology to explore the techniques used by Impressionist and Postimpressionist artists, discover the quality of light in their paintings, and analyze the conditions present when the paintings were created.

Mitteilungsblatt Der Marcel Proust Gesellschaft

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Art Paris Impressionist Museums and Walking Tours

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Illustrated listings of 150 must-see Impressionist paintings from Musée d'Orsay, Musée de l'Orangerie, Musée Marmottan Monet, Musée du Louvre, Petit Palais, Musée Picaso and Musée Rodin with the stories behind the art. Easy-to-follow tours that bring the reader into the streets of Paris to explore the places where the artists lived, fell in love, found inspiration and placed their easels to paint these famous works.

Art Paris Impressionist North of Paris and Normandy

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An extended-travel journey through the French countryside, exploring Normandy and the quaint Paris suburbs where the Impressionists learned to paint en plein air, out in the open air. Explore the beautiful villages and cities including Auvers-sur-Oise, Giverny, Rouen, Le Havre, Etretat, Honfleur and more.

Dictionary of Artists Models

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First Published in 2001. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Claude Monet

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Claude Monet is one of the most famous painters in history, and he is considered a pioneer of the Impressionist movement. What is Impressionism, and how does Monet's work reflect its purest principles? Readers discover the answers to these and other questions about Monet's life and work as they examine the stories behind some of his most beloved paintings. Colorful examples of his work and photographs from his life fill the pages, alongside annotated quotes from art historians, other artists, and Monet himself. Detailed sidebars appeal to young artists and provide more fascinating details about Monet's life.

Mad Enchantment

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Claude Monet's water lily paintings are among the most iconic and beloved works of art of the past century. Yet these entrancing images were created at a time of terrible private turmoil and sadness for the artist. The dramatic history behind these paintings is little known; Ross King's Mad Enchantment tells the full story for the first time and, in the process, presents a compelling and original portrait of one of our most popular and cherished artists. By the outbreak of war in 1914, Monet, then in his mid-seventies, was one of the world's most famous and successful painters, with a large house in the country, a fleet of automobiles and a colossal reputation. However, he had virtually given up painting following the death of his wife Alice in 1911 and the onset of blindness a year later. Nonetheless, it was during this period of sorrow, ill health and creative uncertainty that – as the guns roared on the Western Front – he began the most demanding and innovative paintings he had ever attempted. Encouraged by close friends such as Georges Clemenceau, France's dauntless prime minister, Monet would work on these magnificent paintings throughout the war years and then for the rest of his life. So obsessed with his monumental task that the village barber was summoned to clip his hair as he worked beside his pond, he covered hundreds of yards of canvas with shimmering layers of pigment. As his ambitions expanded with his paintings, he began planning what he intended to be his legacy to the world: the 'Musée Claude Monet' in the Orangerie in Paris. Drawing on letters and memoirs and focusing on this remarkable period in the artist's life, Mad Enchantment gives an intimate portrayal of Claude Monet in all his tumultuous complexity, and firmly places his water lily paintings among the greatest achievements in the history of art.

The Studio

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Monet to Moore

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This Millennium Gift is the largest single gift to the arts in American history and the first to include institutions outside the United States."--BOOK JACKET.

Manet Monet and the Gare Saint Lazare

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The Triumph of Modernism

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Widely acknowledged as the most authoritative art critic of his generation, Hilton Kramer advanced his comments and judgments largely in the form of essays and short pieces. Thus this first collection of his work to appear in twenty years is a signal event for the art world and for criticism generally. The Triumph of Modernism not only traces the vicissitudes of the art scene but diagnoses the state of modernism and its vital legacy in the postmodern world. Mr. Kramer bracingly updates his incisive critique of the artists, critics, institutions, and movements that have formed the basis for modern art. Appearing for the first time in greatly expanded form is his consideration of the foundations of modern abstract painting and the future of abstraction. The aesthetic intelligence that Mr. Kramer brings to bear on certain tired assumptions about modernism—many of them derived from methodologies and politics that have little to do with art—helps rescue the artwork itself and its appreciation from the very institutions, such as the art museum and the academy, that purport to foster it. Always clear-eyed and vastly illuminating, Hilton Kramer’s art criticism remains among the very finest written in the past hundred years. Readers of The Triumph of Modernism will be treated to an exhilarating experience.

Die Internationalit t der Eisenbahn 1850 1970

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Twilight of the Belle Epoque

Author : Mary McAuliffe
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Mary McAuliffe’s Dawn of the Belle Epoque took the reader from the multiple disasters of 1870–1871 through the extraordinary re-emergence of Paris as the cultural center of the Western world. Now, in Twilight of the Belle Epoque, McAuliffe portrays Paris in full flower at the turn of the twentieth century, where creative dynamos such as Picasso, Matisse, Stravinsky, Debussy, Ravel, Proust, Marie Curie, Gertrude Stein, Jean Cocteau, and Isadora Duncan set their respective circles on fire with a barrage of revolutionary visions and discoveries. Such dramatic breakthroughs were not limited to the arts or sciences, as innovators and entrepreneurs such as Louis Renault, André Citroën, Paul Poiret, François Coty, and so many others—including those magnificent men and women in their flying machines—emphatically demonstrated. But all was not well in this world, remembered in hindsight as a golden age, and wrenching struggles between Church and state as well as between haves and have-nots shadowed these years, underscored by the ever-more-ominous drumbeat of the approaching Great War—a cataclysm that would test the mettle of the City of Light, even as it brutally brought the Belle Epoque to its close. Through rich illustrations and evocative narrative, McAuliffe brings this remarkable era from 1900 through World War I to vibrant life.

Memory and Desire

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This title was first published in 2002. 'Memory and Desire' is a lavishly illustrated account of the art world in Britain at the turn of the twentieth century. It calls upon rich resources of contemporary diaries, letters and art criticism, as well as the analysis of works of art to answer questions about how and why new artistic tendencies emerged and tastes changed. Eschewing the familiar narrative of an inevitable progress towards modernism, Kenneth McConkey considers a broad range of art and critical thinking in the period. Discussing the market for old master paintings, which rivalled those for modern art, and the question of how and why certain genres of art were particularly successful at the time, McConkey explores the detail and significance of contemporary taste. He draws upon the work of commercially successful painters such as John Singer Sargent, William Orpen, George Clausen, Alfred East, John Lavery and Philip Wilson Steer, and their critic-supporters to throw light upon current arguments about training, aesthetics, visual memory and the creation of new art. 'Memory and Desire' is a major contribution to our knowledge of this important period in British art.