Impressionism continues to be one of the most fascinating movements in the history of modern art. Despite its popularity and a whole host of publications, many areas of Impressionism are still under-researched. “Second-rank” artists have remained unknown or have sunk into oblivion. This monograph fills the gap by exploring French Impressionism alongside flourishing art movements in the rest of Europe and in North America.
Ingo F. Walther (1940–2007) was born in Berlin and studied medieval studies, literature, and art history in Frankfurt am Main and Munich. He published numerous books on the art of the Middle Ages and of the 19th and 20th centuries. Walther’s many titles for TASCHEN include Vincent van Gogh, Pablo Picasso, Art of the 20th Century, and Codices illustres.
Hardcover | Published by Taschen 2013 | 712 pages | 8.2 in x 10.8 in | ISBN 9783836548939