Monet's Years at Giverny: Beyond Impressionism

By Daniel Wildenstein, Claude Monet

This quantity illustrates Monet's works from the final forty years of his lifestyles at Giverny. It contains examples of the Haystacks, Poplars, Morning at the Seine, jap Footbridge and Water Lilies sequence, an account of Monet's existence at Giverny and pictures of Monet and his residence and backyard.

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