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Eugene Boudin

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The work of Eugene Boudin (1824-1898) covers a span of fifty years. He painted nearly four thousand oils and left more than six thousand drawings, watercolours and pastels. He is most famous for his beach scenes at Trouville on the coast of Normandy. The works reproduced in this book show the main themes that inspired Boudin at different periods of his life. This selection is representative of the paintings that made Boudin famous but also of his lesser-known works. The author is a specialist in nineteenth-century art. In this book he recounts the life of Boudin and shows how it belonged to the shores and the sky to which Boudin devoted his art. 49 colour and 23 black & white reproductions. Beautiful 'as new' condition. Part of the Q.L.P. Art Series which offers a series of monographs on the great masters of modern art.

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Author(s):
Selz, Jean
Condition:
As new
Dimensions:
28.5cm x 21.5cm
Edition:
1982
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
95
Publisher:
Crown Publishers Inc

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The work of Eugene Boudin (1824-1898) covers a span of fifty years. He painted nearly four thousand oils and left more than six thousand drawings, watercolours and pastels. He is most famous for his beach scenes at Trouville on the coast of Normandy. The works reproduced in this book show the main themes that inspired Boudin at different periods of his life. This selection is representative of the paintings that made Boudin famous but also of his lesser-known works. The author is a specialist in nineteenth-century art. In this book he recounts the life of Boudin and shows how it belonged to the shores and the sky to which Boudin devoted his art. 49 colour and 23 black & white reproductions. Beautiful 'as new' condition. Part of the Q.L.P. Art Series which offers a series of monographs on the great masters of modern art.

Added value:
As new condition
Author(s):
Selz, Jean
Condition:
As new
Dimensions:
28.5cm x 21.5cm
Edition:
1982
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
95
Publisher:
Crown Publishers Inc

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