The chronicle of impressionism: an intimate diary of the lives and world of the great artists : [with over 400 illustrations, 203 in colour]

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Thames & Hudson, Limited, 1993 - Impressionism (Art) - 288 pages
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From the rise of Manet to the record-breaking prices achieved at auction, all the most important events, exhibitions and sales, personal lives, politics, passions, obsessions, hatreds and quarrels are documented here. Extracts from private letters and diaries, reviews and studies allow the reader to hear contemporary voices and opinions and are illustrated with paintings and drawings, photographs, letters and caricatures.

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