Claude Monet : paintings of the Seine and the sea / Frances Fowle.
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- ISBN: 1903278457
- ISBN: 9781903278451
- Physical Description: 32,  pages : color illustrations ; 22 cm
- Publisher: Edinburgh : National Galleries of Scotland, ©2003.
Published on the occasion of the exhibition held at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, 2 Aug-26 Oct 2003.
Claude Monet 1840-1926 is best known as the painter of water lilies and poppy fields, rather than of rivers and sea cliffs. However, the most prolific period of his career, from the autumn of 1878 to the spring of 1883, was spent painting on the river Seine at Vétheuil and working on the Normandy coast. During this time, Monet painted no fewer than three hundred pictures. This was one of the most important periods in Monet's development as an artists, and the remarkable images that he produced move beyond Impressionism, foreshadowing work which he was to execute during his years at Giverny.
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