Late Work Catalogue
Text by Paul Hayes Tucker; selected chronology by Charles Stuckey; extract from Monet, or the World Turned Upside Down (1962) by Michel Butor; compendium of articles and reviews (1909-1927) by Claire Durand-Ruel Snollaerts; Monet's library by Claudette Lindsey
11 5/16 x 11 5/16 inches (28.7 x 28.7 cm); 216 pages; fully illustrated
Designed by Mucca Design, New York; Printed by Shapco Printing, Minneapolis, MN
Weight: 3 lb. 10 oz.
Gagosian Gallery is pleased to present a catalogue accompanying "Claude Monet: Late Work," the most significant gathering of Monet's late paintings to take place in New York in more than thirty years. The focus of this exhibition is the most important late subjects drawn from his gardens at Giverny- Nymphéas, Le point japonais, and L'allée de rosiers. Aggressively rendered with broad brushwork and unusual color combinations these late paintings stand in marked contrast to the more refined 1909 works, attesting to the modernity of Monet's expanded vision. These paintings are among the most treasured of the artist's long and prodigious career, several of which were never exhibited during the artist's lifetime.