• HOW FAMOUS ARTISTS PERCEIVED AND PAINTED FRANCE
• A TOUR DE FRANCE WITH FAMOUS ARTISTS FROM THE EARLY 19TH CENTURY TO OUR DAYS
With its picturesque cities and villages, its landscapes and natural wonders, France has inspired many local and foreign painters, who were captivated by the beauty of the country and its unique atmosphere. From Paul Gaugin’s landscapes of Brittany to Paul Cézanne’s images of Provence, to those of Gustave Courbet in Franche-Comté and Claude Monet’s of Rouen, this book takes you on a tour de France as artists from different times and styles perceived, and depicted it. This artistic exploration of France is an invitation to discover the diversity of its landscapes, monuments and regions, which fascinated many generations of artists.
230 x 290 mm (9 x 111⁄2 in)
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