Analyzes the career of the artist responsible for the public image of Impressionism, focusing on the evolution in Monet's painting technique and execution and relating it to his ideas, experiences, and the contexts in which he worked.
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John House's introduction to Monet's life and work presents a sequence of dazzling illustrations that chart the artist's progress as he became increasingly preoccupied with color and atmospheric effect, and the direct studies of nature gave way to paintings of greater richness and harmony, in which the play of varied colors replaced the conventional drawing and modeling of forms.About the Author:
John House is the Walter H. Annenberg Professor at the Courtauld Institute of Art, London. He is the author of, among other works, "Monet: Nature into Art, "published by Yale University Press.
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