Monet by Charles F. Stuckey
Water Lilies (including 99 illustrations)

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Painted in his famous garden in Giverny, France, Monet's Water Lilies are among the most popular of his creations and among the greatest achievements in twentieth-century art. Now, reproduced for the first time in an appropriate size and format, these magnificent works are presented as the feasts for the eye that they were intended to be. Of the 65 glorious colorplates in this volume, 36 pages fold out to give panoramic reproductions of up to five feet in width.

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Published January 1, 1988 by BeauxArts Editions. 132 pages
Genres: Arts & Photography, History, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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The New York Review of Books

But since the stacks of grain that Monet painted contained wheat, could this mean that Monet was really painting the decline of France and evoking the decreasing ability of the French countryside to sustain the nation’s economic position?.

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