Don’t we all long to live like flowers, alive with perfect beauty? The work of Claude Monet (1840 – 1926) is a seed that has firmly taken root in the world’s artistic heritage. It was a trip that inspired him to create his radiant garden in Giverny. After traveling through the night, the flower fields in Holland appeared before his eyes like a bright sea of colours, in which the blossoming individual flowers simultaneously dissolved and fully unfolded.
Flowers for Monet - Blumen für Monet
Book series LOUNGE 2 – volume III
Editor: Kurt Ries
International Artworks and Poems
Bilingual art gift book with 73 artworks and 36 haiku poems from 29 countries.
Relax and Rejoice with Art and Poetry from around the world
Flowers unite the light energy of the sun and the mythical spirit of earth and water. Based on this idea, 67 artists from 29 countries came together at the occasion of Claude Monet’s 180th birthday to honor the well-traveled impressionist with contemporary artistic abundance. Apart from Antibes, Venice, London, Norway, and Brittany, Monet mainly painted in Normandy: In Étretat and Rouen, and in Giverny where he finally found a haven in his art-inspired garden.
The printed book is available in the book trade and in internet bookshops.
- ISBN 978-3-98527-372-0 (Hardcover)
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Prize winners „Honorable Mentions“ as part of the book project:
- Cover: Yuriko Terao (Japan)
- Back cover: Suzan Obermeyer (USA), Irena Orlov (USA)
- Titel page: Tove Andresen (Denmark)
- Chapter pages: Seven further prizes - please see in the book!