Monet. The Triumph of ImpressionismHardcover, 5.5 x 7.7 in., 2.07 lb, 616 pages25Availability: In Stock
Monet. The Triumph of Impressionism25
Master of the Sublime
The quintessential Impressionist
It could be said that Monet reinvented the possibilities of color. Whether it was through his early interest in Japanese prints, his time as a conscript in the dazzling light of Algeria, or his personal acquaintance with the major painters of the late 19th century, the work Monet produced throughout his long life would change forever the way we perceive both the natural world and its attendant phenomena. The high point of his explorations was the late series of water lilies, painted in his own garden at Giverny, which, in their approach toward almost total formlessness, are really the origin of abstract art.
This biography does full justice to this most remarkable and profoundly influential artist, and offers numerous reproductions and archive photos alongside a detailed and insightful commentary.
Daniel Wildenstein (1917-2001) was an art historian and member of the Académie des Beaux-Arts (Paris). From 1939 onwards, he was Director of the Wildenstein Galleries of New York, London and Tokyo. He edited several international journals, e.g. the magazine Arts from 1956-1962 and the Gazette des Beaux-Arts after 1963. He co-founded the Fondation Wildenstein in 1970 and was a prime mover in many exhibitions of international repute. Daniel Wildenstein also edited the catalogues raisonnés of various 18th, 19th and 20th century artists. He was a world authority on Impressionism and published catalogues of the works of Gauguin, Manet and Monet.
Monet. The Triumph of ImpressionismHardcover, 14 x 19.5 cm, 0.94 kg, 616 pages
ISBN 978-3-8365-5099-4Edition: Spanish
ISBN 978-3-8365-5100-7Edition: French
ISBN 978-3-8365-5101-4Edition: English