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Monet, or, The triumph of Impressionism

Author: Daniel Wildenstein; Claude Monet; Wildenstein Institute.
Publisher: Köln : Taschen, ©1999.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A biography of Monet. Numerous reproductions and archive photos appear alongside a detailed and insightful commentary.

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Genre/Form: Biography
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Wildenstein, Daniel, 1917-2001.
Monet, or, The triumph of Impressionism.
Köln : Taschen, ©1999
(OCoLC)707187794
Named Person: Claude Monet; Claude Monet
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel Wildenstein; Claude Monet; Wildenstein Institute.
ISBN: 3822870609 9783822870600
OCLC Number: 41389576
Notes: "Wildenstein Institute."
"Conception and layout: Gilles Néret"--Title page verso.
Revised version of the first volume of the four-volume catalogue published by Taschen.
Includes index.
Description: 480 pages : illustrations (some color), facsimiles, maps, portraits ; 33 cm
Contents: Origins and birth --
The move to Le Havre --
The schoolboy --
Orchard's student-early efforts --
His mother's death --
Caricatures --
Meeting Boudin --
Grant applications --
Paris --
Thomas Couture --
The Academie Suisse --
From Delacroix to Daubigny --
The brasserie des martyrs --
The impasse --
Conscription --
Algeria --
The meeting with jongkind --
Exoneration --
Toulmouche --
Charles Gleyre and his academy --
Life in the studio --
Chailly-en-Biere --
The demise of the academy --
Honfleur --
The Rue de Furstenberg and the first salon --
The Luncheon on the Grass --
Camille --
Women in the Garden --
The birth of Jean --
A return to his roots --
A low point --
Madame Gaudibert --
Dream and awakening --
La Grenouillere --
Marriage --
Trouville and the war --
London --
Zaandam --
rue de I'Isly --
Early days in Argenteuil and the trip to Rouen. The port of Argenteuil --
Income --
The Doncieux inheritance --
Tomorrow's men --
Impression --
making the best of hard times --
Great encounters --
The Hotel Drouot --
Misfortune in the Rue Le Peletier --
Ernest Hoschede --
From Parc Monceau to the Chateau de Rottembourg --
The Gare Saint-Lazare --
Leaving Argenteuil --
L'Ile de la Grade Jatte --
The exposition universelle --
The last Hoschede sale --
Vetheuil: another new start --
Settling in --
As quick to hope as to despair --
The baritone scapegoat --
The death of Camille --
Merciless people, merciless winter --
Poverty and hope --
Icebreak and renewal --
The Gaulois affair --
I am working furiously --
Lavacourt at the salon --
La Vie Moderne --
Flourishing --
The return of Durand-Ruel --
Conflicts --
Leaving Vetheuil --
Poissy and the collapse of the union generale bank. At La Renommee des Galettes --
From the Reichshoffen panorama to the Pourville seascapes --
Will you like what I am bringing back? --
From euphoria to despair --
Provisional reckonings and a further trip --
The Hotel Blanquet at Etretat --
The fiasco of my exhibition --
Somewhere permanent to live --
Giverny --
Bordighera --
Monsieur Moreno, a veritable Marquis de Carabas --
Bordighera to Menton --
New difficulties --
Octave Mirabeau --
From the Lathuille Banquet to the international exhibition --
The life of a landscape artist --
The manneporte --
Yesterday's Monet is dead --
Zola's L'CEuvre --
Young woman with a parasol --
Belle-Ile, Russell and Poly --
ONce I get started, nothing stops me --
Gustave Geffroy --
The Chateau de la Pinede --
The whole gang --
Theo van Gogh's Mezzanine and the Giverny Studio --
Anecdote versus fact. The first grainstacks --
Chez Maurice Rollinat --
If Flaubert had been a painter --
For ever Monet! For ever Rodin! --
Homage to the memeory of Edouard Manet --
Monet as a teacher --
Antonin Proust under fire --
Gustave Larroumet besieged --
Don't make a martyr of yourself by desiring the impossible --
Such a beautiful landscape --
Variations on a theme: the grainstacks --
Requiem for a man of letters --
From the grainstacks to the poplars --
The blue, pink or yellow cathedral --
The marriages --
The Hotel de Ville Affair --
A pond to make, a cathedral to paint --
The new world, the old world --
Legacies, sales and added value --
Camondo, Signac and Cezanne --
Sandviken near Christiania --
As if in Japan --
Cathedral revolution --
Monet and the environment --
Returns and repetitions --
So all of them are Manets, all Monets, all Pissarros --
The Henri Vever sale --
Leon Gerome --
Maurice Guillemot, and inspired reporter --
Zola's admirable courage --
Boredom or new start. The Paganini of the rainbow --
So much pain and heartache --
A complete and unanimous success --
Aptheosis or decline? --
The first series of Japanese bridges --
The first London Bridge pictures --
The dawn of the 20th century --
I am a complete imbecile --
London society --
The centennial exhibition --
The WaterLily Pond --
This is not a country where you can finish a picture --
The Meadow --
Farewell to Vetheuil --
Towards a subjective impressionism --
Study and research, which will prove fruitful --
Enthusiasm to order or spontaneous admiration? --
Gardening and painting apart, I'm no good at anything --
London: the entente cordiale --
Louis Vauxcelles at Giverny --
A pond of light --
Delicate comparisons and a well orchestrated campaign --
Social progress? --
An autumn in Venice --
The water lilies exhibition in 1909 --
From decoration to abstraction --
The flood of 1910 --
The death of Alice --
I am completely fed up with painting. Painting --
Onset of the cataract --
I fell I am undertaking something very important --
A studio constructed in the midst of war --
The grand decorations before all else --
A triumph in two panels --
The law of silence --
The donation made public --
From the Hotel Biron to the Orangerie --
The donation is formalised --
Preparing for the cataract operation --
An operation in three stages --
The patience of Dr. Coutela --
The patriarch of art --
As if he had all eternity before him --
From Charles Coutela to Jacques Mawas --
The donation under threat --
The swan song --
Nothing to be done --
Monet may still get back in the saddle --
A disease which cannot be cured --
The last remission --
A gentle death --
The funeral.
Other Titles: Monet
Triumph of impressionism
Responsibility: Daniel Wildenstein.

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