Impressionist women

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Impressionist women

Edward Lucie-Smith

Phoenix Illustrated, 1997

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Originally published: London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1989

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The Impressionists were fascinated by the energetic and ever-changing world of late-19th century France and they painted their women as real flesh-and-blood creatures, selecting models from across the social spectrum. This book offers an insight into the lives and work of these painters.

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