The Impressionistsby Robert Katz, Celestine Dars
This authoritative and artistic approach to the history of the men and women who made up the Impressionists and to the legacy they forged--from Manet's Olympia to Renoir's The Path in the Grass--at last provides a greater understanding of the movement and explains why Impressionism continues to be the most popular of artistic styles. The expert contextual analysis is both accessible and fascinating, and is augmented by over 350 illustrations, including the popular, immediately recognizable images central to the movement, and many carefully researched, rare paintings, seldom seen in print before.
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