In the Gardens of Impressionism fully explores--from Manet's Tuileries to Monet's Giverny--with dazzling visual accompaniment, the Impressionist love affair with the new thinking about garden and landscape design that swept nineteenth-century France.Author Clare Willsdon discusses the artists' complementary roles as painters and as gardeners, and offers exciting new interpretations of their art, informed by source material such as popular gardening manuals of the day. Paperback, 288 pages.
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