In Monet's Light: Theodore Robinson at Giverny
Theodore Robinson (1854-96) was among a number of American painters who began to visit the small hamlet of Giverny on the Seine River in the late 1880s and early 1890s, where Claude Monet had settled in 1883. Robinson adopted the master's vibrant palette and fresh brush work. He also pursued Monet's rigorous practice of exploring subjects in series and, like his mentor, co...more
Hardcover, 232 pages
Published November 27th 2004 by Philip Wilson Publishers
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I was interested in this book because I recently learned that Theodore Robinson, an American Impressionist painter, was lived and is buried nearby in Evansville Wisconsin. The first chapter is about Monet and his life at Giverny, and the second is about Robinson's friendship with Monet and the painting he did while living in Giverny. The last part of the books is fine gallery of Robinson's paintings.