The Little Book of Vuillard is an insightful historical and practical guide that gives the reader a detailed introduction to one of the great Post-Impressionist artists. Vuillard (1868-1940) is known for his sensitive palette of colors and delicate interior scenes. This volume covers the main aspects of Vuillard's life and work, from key themes and works, to the artist's family. The book strikes just the right balance of criticism in the text and sheer enjoyment in the reproductions. This newest addition to the Little Book series publishes to coincide with a major Vuillard retrospective opening at the National Museum, Washington D.C. mid-January 2003. The exhibit travels to Montreal in the Spring and then to Paris and London. - Bite size entries make use of key words and cross-referencing to give readers the option of "zapping" onto particular aspects of champagne that they are interested in - Divided into three handy sections: introduction to the subject; an alphabetical guide to the artist's life and work, and detailed end matter - Richly illustrated with approximately 100 color illustrations
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(220mm x 120mm x 8mm)
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Author Biography - Alyse Gaultier
Alyse Gauthier is a curator for the City of Paris and has collaborated on several cubism exhibits at the Musee Picasso.