Biographic: Monet: Great Lives in Graphic Form
Many people know that Claude Monet (1840-1926) was a founder of French Impressionism, a master of landscape painting whose works include Impression, Sunrise and Water Lilies. What, perhaps, they don’t know is that he created the ponds featuring those water lilies and spent 30 years painting 250 oils of them; that his water-lily work Le Bassin aux Nymphease sold in 2008 for $40 million; that his painting Cliffs Near Dieppe was stolen not once but twice; and that he was almost blind when he painted some of his most famous works. Biographic: Monet presents an instant impression of his life, work and fame, with an array of irresistible facts and figures convered into infographics to reveal the artist behind the pictures.
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Richard Wiles is a writer, editor and illustrator, he has successfully blended graphic design and editorial skills in the creation of magazines and books on topics ranging from interior design to popular culture. Consultant Editor Dr Diana Newall lectured for 12 years on a range of subjects in Art History including at Sotheby's Institute of Art, The Open University, the University of Kent, Birmingham University and Birkbeck College, London.