Like no other artist from the circle of impressionists , Claude Monet focused on the core business of a painter: observation. He was not a theoretician and had no wish to establish any schools of artistic thought , nor to be the leader of a group of artists. What he wanted, principally, was to paint, and in the center of this he placed the landscape with his daily and seasonal changes, its lights and shadow, and the interplay of wind and weather.
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Format: Hardback with a jacket
Size: 180 x 180 mm