ImpressionistsBook - 2004
The Impressionists changed the face of nineteenth-century painting radically with their interest in capturing a fleeting moment on canvas and working outdoors instead of relying on memory and models in their studios. Impressionists looks at all aspects of the movement's art, with detailed commentary on 120 of their works and complementary imagery. Some of these works are considered the most important; others may be less well known, but they all play an important role in the philosophical and artistic development of this diverse group of artists.
Publisher: Parragon Publishing, c2004
Branch Call Number: 759.05 CUN
Characteristics: 256 p.,; 29 cm