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Picasso's Paris
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Object ID 000111

Object Name Picasso's Paris

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Collection Mark Shields Memorial Collection

Accession # 2017.01.258.149

Alternate ID NF 914.4 WIL

General Category Printed Material

Category Books


Source Category Gift

Accession Date JUN 5,2018


Location NF

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Object Keywords Impressionist artists--,France,Homes-France,Paris (France)--In art.,Paris (France)--Guidebooks.,Williams, Ellen Author,

Title Picasso's Paris

Sub-Title walking tours of the painters' studios, homes, ...



Description / Abstract Travelers who follow the walking tours in The Impressionists' Paris will never see the paintings—or the city—in the same way again. From the historic Paris along the Seine, through the bustling grands boulevards, to the cafés of Pigalle and the dance halls of Montmartre, this guidebook pairs some of the world's most beloved masterpieces with the exact locations where they were painted. Readers follow in the footsteps of the artists from the pont Neuf depicted by Monet and Renoir to the intersection where Caillebotte painted his haunting street scene; from the balcony of the Louvre where Monet literally and figuratively turned his back on the establishment to the Gare St. Lazare, the train station from which he departed for his home in Giverny. Also revealed is the view out Manet's window, where he watched—and immortalized—a one-legged veteran hobbling down the flag-draped street. Period dining recommendations and the addresses of the studios where the painters worked, the buildings whe

Physical Description 95 p. : ill. (some col.), col. maps ; 13 cm.

Author Williams, Ellen.

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ISBN 0964126222


Language English

Publisher New York : The Little Bookroom, c1997.

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Spine / Label 914.4 WIL