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The Treasures of Monet
     

The Treasures of Monet

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by Michael Howard
 

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Hailed as the leader of the Impressionist movement, Claude Monet added a new dimension to the world of art with his intense studies of light and color.
 
Beautifully illustrated with over 160 color images, The Treasures of Monet  records not just the development of his art, but also the twists and turns of his personal life, both of which are

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Hailed as the leader of the Impressionist movement, Claude Monet added a new dimension to the world of art with his intense studies of light and color.
 
Beautifully illustrated with over 160 color images, The Treasures of Monet  records not just the development of his art, but also the twists and turns of his personal life, both of which are given an added dimension by the inclusion of some 30 rare, removable, facsimile documents.
 
Among them are:

  • The registration of Monet’s baptism in 1841
  • A poster for probably the first exhibition in which Monet took part in 1858
  • An early caricature by Monet
  • Pages from one of the books of Japanese artwork collected by Monet
  • The registration of Monet’s marriage to his fi rst wife, Camille
  • An invoice of sales to Durand-Ruel, Monet’s principal art dealer
  • A booklet of preparatory drawings by Monet of Rouen Cathedral
  • Monet’s letter to the French Minister of State offering Edouard Manet’s painting Olympia to the State

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781435100749
Publisher:
Sterling
Publication date:
10/06/2007
Pages:
88
Product dimensions:
12.25(w) x 12.50(h) x 1.25(d)

Meet the Author

Michael Howard is Senior Lecturer in History of Art and Design at the Metropolitan University in Manchester. A prolific writer of art books, his works include Whistler, Goya, Impressionists by Themselves, Gaugin and Impressionism (Carlton, 1997). He has curated and contributed to the organization of many exhibitions including Lowry (for Manchester Metropolitan University, in conjunction with Salford Art Gallery, 1989). He has contributed to Art Quarterly, Art Newspaper and the Times Literary Supplement as well as a 1996 Omnibus documentary on Degas. He lives in Derbyshire.

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The Treasures of Monet 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
JonSperry More than 1 year ago
Beautiful illustrations with accurate color registrations, but most art books have these. The two things that set this book apart were first the views of Monet's famous scenes reproduced large and side by side in fold outs. Scenes like the Cathedrals, Haystacks, and Waterlilies are gorgeous in this format. Second the reproduced documents from his life and his work found in pockets in various places through the book makes one feel like a real art historian. Finally through B & N this book is value priced.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a lovely book. The pictures are outstanding as well as the information. It will remain in my permanent library.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
easy to read, very informative, good size book, gave more information than any other monet book i've read. family liked it, especially my wife.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
there is thousand of books about Monet but this one is a real must !