Claude Monet, leading Impressionist and one of the world's best-loved painters, has been written about from every angle but this one. Fans of Monet will be delighted by the emphasis on the paintings rather than the usual photographs of the garden at Giverny. The Giverny garden was his private haven, a convergence of domestic pleasure and artistic vision. He cultivated it as a continual source of renewal and inspiration, choosing his plantings as carefully as the colors for his palette-or the artists and gardeners he invited there. Monet's Garden in Art explores the relationship between his garden and some of his most famous paintings, the evolution of the vistas he constructed, and his favorite flowers and flower-inspired techniques. It offers a vital portrait of the artist and his enduring vision of nature's beauty.
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Debra N. Mancoff is an art historian and author of a number of books on nineteenth-century European and American painting.
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