de Dr. Karin Sagner-Düchting
Sobre o livro
Claude Monet (1840-1926) was both the most typical and the most individual painter associated with the Impressionist movement. His long life and extraordinary work were dedicated to a pictorial exploration of the sensations which reality, and in particular landscape, offer the human eye. Monet’s poplars, grain stacks, Rouen Cathedral, and water lilies paintings—among the most beloved works of the Impressionist period—were created long before the currents of the contemporary avant-garde and had an inestimable influence on the development of modern art.