Gardens of the Impressionists Calendar, Wall, Pomegranate
The Impressionist painters were besotted with flowers and flower gardens, sources of glowing, dazzling color. Monet dug a garden to beautify his rented house in Argenteuil. Later, settled in Giverny, he would design the remarkable garden for which the town is famed. Manet, Morisot, Renoir, Caillebotte, Pissarro, and the rest of the Impressionist crowd all painted their own or one another's jubilant blooms. (Elsewhere, a lonely Van Gogh painted the gardens of the asylum where he was confined.) This calendar presents works by the artists mentioned above, and by Childe Hassam, William Merritt Chase, and John Henry Twachtman. This 2006 Wall calendar was published by Pomegranate.
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