Impressionism The Art Of Landscape
This book accompanies the illuminating opening exhibition on Impressionist landscape painting at the new Museum Berberini in Potsdam, Germany. In line with developments of natural science, the Impressionists strove to record the unfixed temperament of light, air and weather. Free from past traditions, the artists experimented with colour, surface and shapes, seeking to capture the present.
With impressive illustrations of ninety pivotal works from the Monet to Renoir, this book gathers the latest in Impressionist scholarship from six renowned critics: Stephen F. Eisenman, Christoph Heinrich, Nancy Ireson, Stefan Koldehoff, Richard Shiff, and Ortrud Westheider. These scholars examine a spectrum of topics such as the outdoor environments in which the artists worked, the effects of French Industrialisation on these spaces and how their creations became the first modern movement in painting.
|Authors||Ortrud Westheider - Michael Philipp|
|Dimensions||24.9 x 3 x 30.7 cm|
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