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It was very slow paced. I love the Impressionists, so I persevered.Published 9 days ago by Lynn Maui
I've always been a fan of the Impressionist Period, but through this brilliant account, both real and imagined, I fell in love with the artists. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Colleen M. Dagenhard
Story of Monet's relationships with women, his artist friends, and supporters, with a lot of emphasis on his drive to paint and how it dominated and conflicted his decision-making... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Susan Andersen
The romance of Claude Monet and Camille, his lover and muse, was a very intriguing and well-written story. I loved it.Published 22 days ago by Marj Cullen
I loved this book. You felt you could actually see and know the hows and whys of the paintings that the Impressionists did. The love story was good, and ended sadly as it began.Published 26 days ago by Nancy Smith
A very enjoyable read and very informative about the lives of the impressionist artists.Published 28 days ago by Karen Herceg
This book continues to haunt me. You wanted to know these beautiful artistic people. I felt the timeless love of Claude and Camille and so understood that no matter how much... Read morePublished 1 month ago by janet norris
I enjoyed the background of the Impressionist movement. The love story was delightful. There were some historical inaccuracies that bothered me but it made me want to look up... Read morePublished 1 month ago
Tender, gritty, colorful and fascinating. Cowell paints a memorable group portrait of the artists/friends living in Paris, who were later dubbed the Impressionists, as they shared... Read morePublished 2 months ago by GoldenLightGirl