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Monet or the Triumph of Impressionism

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DATUM IZLASKA: 2014
VELIČINA PO DATOTECI: 9,73
ISBN: 9783836551014
JEZIK: HRVATSKI
AUTOR: Wildenstein, Daniel
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Master of the sublime: The essential Impressionist

...Daniel Wildenstein (English) Hardcover 2 Of all the Impressionists, it was the man Cezanne called only an eye, but my God what an eye! who stayed true to the principle of absolute fidelity to the visual sensation, painting directly from the object ... Art History: Impressionism | Claude Monet ... . 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... Daniel Wildenstein. Along with Turner, no artist has sought more than Claude Monet (1840-1926) to capture light itself on canvas. Of all the Impressionists, it was the man Cezanne called "only an eye, but my God what an eye!" who stayed comple ... Monet: Or the Triumph of Impressionism by Daniel Wildenstein ... ... Daniel Wildenstein. Along with Turner, no artist has sought more than Claude Monet (1840-1926) to capture light itself on canvas. Of all the Impressionists, it was the man Cezanne called "only an eye, but my God what an eye!" who stayed completely true to the principle of absolute fidelity to the visual... Master of the sublime: The essential Impressionist This is the work on Monet; anything published before or after it will seem minor in comparison... Of all the Impressionists, it was the man Cezanne called only an eye, but my God what an eye! who stayed completely true to the principle of absolute... Daniel Wildenstein. No other artist, apart from J.M.W.Turner, tried as hard as Claude Monet to capture light itself on canvas. Of all the Impressionists, it was the man C?zanne called "only an eye, but my God what an eye!" who stayed true to the principle of absolute fidelity to the visual sensation......