Author Stephanie Cowell does a fine job bring the characters to life including very descriptive scenes.
"Claude and Camille" by Stephanie Cowell is a story of young Claude Monet and his love and muse, Camille Doncieux, who appeared in Monet's famous paintings.
It is about love, passion, talent, ambition, struggle, desperate poverty, despair, hope, and friendship.
Monet, you'd have to be living under a rock to have never seen a work of art done by his hand but what do you know about his life and the struggles he faced during his life? Read morePublished 14 days ago by Shuffy2
I am an admirer of the Impressionists. I have been to Giverny and to Paris and have seen many of Monet's works. Read morePublished 18 days ago by John J. Funk
Loved it. This book was certainly a good read; it was a complicated love story that doesn't oblige the reader to spin any wheels wondering about the happy ending. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Mercedes Rochelle
Couldn't put it down! A wonderful story based on the artist and his Camille.. a true love story.Published 24 days ago by Claudia Scott
Wonderful story; she made the characters pop alive. Historical-fiction—French ImpressionistsPublished 1 month ago by Lisa C. Coburn
The story of Claude and Camille touched my heart not only for what they meant to each other, but for what she meant to his art. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Marie Wise
A fantastic story..it makes me want to find out more and more about all the Impressionist painters.Published 1 month ago by Jaimie E. Murray
Loved it - makes me want to go to France - great historical info in a well paced book.. Highly recommended.Published 2 months ago by T. Ghio