By Stephan Koja

Monet used to be a real magician of sunshine and of color. but it's not simply his portray that fascinates us, but additionally the attention-grabbing existence he led together with his kin and lots of acquaintances. This booklet tells the story of an strange artist and his photographs. this is often one publication within the sequence "Adventures in paintings" that's geared toward the younger and the younger at middle. It takes us on a voyage of discovery, exploring the area of paintings and exhibiting us easy methods to examine photos in a calm, light-hearted approach. Aiming to open up the realm of artwork to young ones of every age all over the place, those books current well-known artists and their works in a manner that are meant to stimulate our personal creativity.

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Martin A. Ryerson Collection Jean-Pierre Edouard Manet: Monet Painting 32 >/ 2 x 31 5/ 8 and Michel, the youngest, photograph, collection Toulgouat-Piguet, in his Studio Boat, in. 5 cm), on the Epte, photograph, collection Prestel-Verlag Toulgouat-Piguet, Vernon Mandlstrasse 26 Munich; Photographic Giraudon, Vanves, Bridgeman The house Tel. illcry, 8 x57 Giverny, photograph 1 890, '/ 4 x '/ 25 2 in. 8 cm), oil on canvas, Tel. (212) 80802 Munich Paulo; Photographie Designed by Susanne Ruber Lithography by Karl Dorfel Printed by Aumiiller c.

When in any Finally, case. Monet He painted instead of working, received permission to create his he looked out over the water, Monet saw clouds he painted them again and again. The This Japanese is a Japanese bridge from a picture by the Japanese artist Hokusai Bridge onet not only bought exotic, lands to plant in his lily pond; he Japanese pictures often depicted bridges; served as inspiration for his own rare, and often expensive water also had a Japanese Monet decorated paintings. Monet his lilies wooden from faraway bridge built over it.

Massachusetts Monet Becomes 1903, (detail), (73 x 100 cm), in. The Lily Pond, the Japanese Bridge Giverny, photograph, 1920 at Art Institute of Chicago, Sterling Massachusetts he bought in the car The Japanese Man 25 8 of Chicago New York with a Straw Hat (detail), c. 1875, pencil and gouache on paper, 9 7 / 8 x 6 3 / 8 in. (25 x 16 cm), Musee 3/ photograph 8 July 1915, collection Piguet, 1879, 8 in. 5 Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester, Visit of 1 The Effect, Hauling a Boat Ashore, Honfleur (detail), 1864 on canvas, 21 3 / 4 x 32 3 / 8 in.

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