Washington, D.C. (1999): Philip Wilson Publishers. Quarto. Item #018519
240p. Index. Bibliography. This book presents the first throrough investigation of the subject of Impressionism winter landscape. Inspired by Alfred Sisley's Snow at Louveciennes in the Phillips Collection, this exhiition of sixty-three works prsents an opportunity to consider the subject of snow in Impressionist painting in an unprecedented way. We forget that it is not only in St. Petersburg but Paris which has been blanket with snow and yet the masters of impressionism saw immediately this was an opportunity to capture snow in art as it had never before been understood. Bound in pictorial stiff paper wraps, a very nice copy.