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Monet the Gardener
     

Monet the Gardener

by Robert Gordon, Sydney Eddison (Joint Author)
 
Once he had achieved success and renown as a painter, Monet was able to devote himself to creating Giverny, one of the most beautiful and inventive gardens in all of France.

In this richly illustrated and revelatory volume, rare photographs are juxtaposed with reproductions of the artist's paintings, demonstrating his masterful application of color and design both

Overview

Once he had achieved success and renown as a painter, Monet was able to devote himself to creating Giverny, one of the most beautiful and inventive gardens in all of France.

In this richly illustrated and revelatory volume, rare photographs are juxtaposed with reproductions of the artist's paintings, demonstrating his masterful application of color and design both on the canvas and in the garden. Monet the Gardener is ideal for art lovers already familiar with Monet's painted imagery, for gardeners, for Francophiles, or anyone else in search of earthly beauty.

Author Biography: Sydney Eddison writes and lectures on gardening. Her books include The Self-Taught Gardener and A Patchwork Garden. Robert Gordon, one of the world's foremost authorities on French Impressionism, is the author of the critically acclaimed Monet (Abrams), one of the top-selling art books of all time.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780789308207
Publisher:
Rizzoli
Publication date:
12/13/2002
Pages:
96
Product dimensions:
8.20(w) x 10.20(h) x 0.70(d)

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