Claude Monet's (French, 1840–1926) famous painting Impression: Sunrise, Le Havre represented the most innovative - and later most popular - art movement the world had ever seen, and its appeal endures today. Monet's experiments with light and color are described in depth in this addition to the best-selling series, The World's Greatest Art. Organized into five sections on life, society, places, influences and techniques, the book enables the reader to consider Monet from different angles and contexts, providing a broader understanding of this great artist.
Paperback / 352 pages
Dimensions: 6.3" x 6.69"