A colourful and vivid excursion through the French Impressionists’ gardens, from Courbet and Degas to Renoir and Manet.
From Manet’s Tuileries to Monet’s Giverny, this delightfully explores - with dazzling visual accompaniment - the Impressionist love affair with the new thinking about garden and landscape design, that swept nineteenth-century France.
- Author: Clare Willsdon
- Publisher: Thames & Hudson Ltd
- Publication date: February 2016