Modern research on late impressionism suggests there are uncanny correspondences between the work of impressionist paragon Claude Monet and that of abstract painters such as Mark Rothko.
This book offers an exceptional comparison between the paintings of Monet and Rothko, two artists who experimented with the frontiers of abstraction. It traverses the conspicuous similarities between their works, created nearly half a century apart, as well as the distinctions between the legendary artists' techniques. Monet communicated the immediacy of his impressionistic nature scenes, while Rothko focused on the intensity of colors that he combined across his canvases.
Featuring sixty reproductions, this book uncovers an unquestionable relationship between their visuals, disrupting the viewer's perception of abstraction and modernity.
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