Monet's Water Lilies
The Agapanthus Triptych
Claude Monet was undoubtedly the most important of all the Impressionist painters and his water-lily paintings represent the culminating moment in his career. Monet’s famous garden at Giverny provided the inspiration for the paintings.
This book brings to life the importance and beauty of his garden through archival photographs, including of Monet painting outdoors in his garden. Monet’s Water Lilies reunites the three panels of an exceptionally impressive water lily triptych created by Monet between 1915 and 1926. The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, the Saint Louis Art Museum, and the Cleveland Museum of Art each own one panel of the triptych; this book celebrates an exhibition bringing the works together.
|Herausgeber||Susan F. Rossen|
|Verlag||Saint Louis Art Museum|
|Autor(en)||Simon Kelly, Johanna Bernstein|
|Museum / Ort||Saint Louis Art Museum|