Impressionists by the Sea Exhibition Catalogue - SPECIAL OFFER!
This catalogue, including essays by John House and David Hopkins, accompanies the exhibition which explores how Impressionist artists re-invented the role of the sea in painting. Focusing on representations of the northern coastline of France this publication looks at the origins and development of the fashionable, contemporary beach scene from the late 19th century, as the former preserve of local fishermen was transformed into 'the summer boulevard of Paris'. The exhibition and catalogue contain paintings by Monet, Manet, Renoir, Millet, Whistler, Courbet and Gauguin amongst many others.
The catalogue has 152 pages with 110 illustrations and measures 24.5 x 27cms.
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