Angelica Daneo (Editor), Christoph Heinrich (Editor), Ortrud Westheider (Editor), Michael Philipp (Editor)
The Truth of Nature
Spanning the artist’s entire career, this book explores Claude Monet’s enduring relationship with nature and the landscapes he returned to again and again.
Capturing fleeting natural impressions played a central role in the art of Claude Monet. He deeply engaged with the landscape and light of different places, from the metropolis of Paris to the Seine villages of Argenteuil and Giverny. This lavishly illustrated volume explores the development of Monet’s art from the 1850s to the 1920s, focusing on the places, both at home and on his frequent travel, from which he drew inspiration for his painting. In addition, the book traces the critical shift in Monet’s art that occurred when he began to focus on series of the same subjects such as haystacks, poplars, and the water lilies and pond at his meticulously designed garden in Giverny. Insightful and revealing, the book deepens our appreciation of Monet’s art and allows us to experience anew his gift for bringing the natural world to life.
Denver Art Museum
October 21, 2019–February 2, 2020
Museum Barberini, Postdam, Germany
February 29–June 1, 2020
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Angelica Daneo is Chief Curator of the Denver Art Museum.
Christoph Heinrich is Director of the Denver Art Museum.
Ortrud Westheider is Director of the Museum Barberini in Potsdam, Germany.
Michael Philipp is Chief Curator at the Museum Barberini in Potsdam, Germany.