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Hidden Treasures Revealed: Impressionist Masterpieces and Other Important French Paintings Preserved by the State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg by
Call Number: 759.4 Kos
Monet's Years at Giverny: Beyond Impressionism by
Call Number: 759.4 Mon
This volume illustrates Monet's works from the last 40 years of his life at Giverny. It includes examples of the Haystacks, Poplars, Morning on the Seine, Japanese Footbridge and Water Lilies series, an account of Monet's life at Giverny and photographs of Monet and his house and garden.
Paul Cezanne by
Call Number: 759.4 CezS
Beautiful color reproductions and their analysis trace the evolving style of this creative French painter.
Call Number: 759.05 Cou
A book on Impressionism, the name given to the major artistic phenomenon of the 19th century, and the first of the Modern Movements.
Gustave Caillebotte: Urban Impressionist by
Call Number: 759.4 CaiD
A study of Gustave Caillebotte, one of the most engaging personalities of the impressionist movement. Essays examine his work and his role as an early patron and promoter of impressionism. A chronology, list of exhibitions, and a selected bibliography provide additional information.
Mary Cassatt by
Call Number: 759.13 CasH
Claude Monet by
Call Number: 759.4 MonS
Briefly discusses the life and art of the French impressionist and provides commentary on his major works.
Renoir: His Life, Art, and Letters by
Call Number: 759.4 RenW
White's classic book brilliantly contrasts the story of Renoir's personal battle against crippling arthritis--as well as his loss of favor with old patrons dissatisfied when he developed a new style--with the joyous gratification of the senses that flows from his canvases. She captures both the underlying traditionalism of his training and his audacious breakthrough in style, subject, and technique.
Renoir: A Retrospective by
Call Number: 759.4 RenW
Call Number: 759.4 DegR
A selection of the paintings by the French artist is accompanied by discussions of his life and artistic techniques.
Cezanne: A Biography by
Call Number: 759.4 CezR
This is a study tracing the life of Cezanne from his boyhood in Aix through the tumultuous Paris period to his last creative but lonely years in his native town. Letters, documents and photographs are included. Rewald has also compiled a catalogue raisonne of Cezanne's watercolours."
Mary Cassatt: Paintings and Prints by
Call Number: 759.13 CasG
Frank Getlein, noted art critic and historian, has selected 72 of Cassatt's finest works, each reproduced here in full color. His accompanying text relates the intimate details of her life to her paintings while clearly defining her relation to fellow artists and her place in modern art.
Marc Chagall by
Call Number: 759.7 Cha
This beautifully designed volume--the first comprehensive survey of Chagall's work since 1985--organizes the artist's oeuvre into four full-color plate sections, each accompanied by introductory texts and entries on key artworks and themes.
Call Number: 759.7 ChaF
One of a series of monographs introducing the work of 20th-century artists, this text is devoted to Marc Chagall. Chagall developed a romantic and personal naive style based on themes from Eastern European Jewish life and Russian and Jewish folklore. He was strongly influenced by the brilliant colours of Fauvism and by the new sense of space of Cubism.
Matisse: A Retrospective by
Call Number: 759.4 MatF
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