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Revue de l'ArtHenceforth, it will be impossible to treat the question of the origins of Impressionism without making reference to [Boime's] work, whether it be to extend it, amend it, or refute it.
— Barthélémy Jobert
"Through Boime's distinctive 'vision,' the book mounts an altogether new explanation of Impressionism, one that intentionally differs from the most influential, those of T. J. Clark and Robert Herbert."—Hollis Clayson, Apollo Magazine