Pursuing a long-standing interest in art and artists, Wolf Arnold recounts his travels around France, in particular Provence, Normandy and the area north of Paris, around the Seine and Oise rivers, looking at the areas where Monet, van Gogh, Cézanne and Gauguin had their studios and the landscape and surroundings that influenced their work. He describes the journeys around and between the locations and has used many photographs to illustrate the places and artefacts the artists would have been familiar with.
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