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The River Seine winds it way through nearly 500 miles of peaceful countryside, bisecting Troyes, Paris and Rouen en route for Le Havre on the English Channel. It is a river with a great wealth of artistic and historical associations which this book aims to capture through the collaborative skills of Julian and Care More, a father-and-daughter team whose previous books include "Views From a French Farmhouse" and "A Taste of Provence".;Carey More depicts the many moods and faces of the Seine as it is today, from its bucolic Burgundian beginnings to its Parisian pomp and its broad Norman reaches. Her photographs range from romantic, dilapidated chateaux to the formal splendour of Francois I's palace at Fontainebleau, and the placid prism of Monet's water-garden at Giverny.;Intermingling past and present, Julian More's text recalls the writers and warriors, the artists and artisans, whose lives have been played out along the valley of the Seine.

Impressions of the Seine - Julian More

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Title
Impressions of the Seine
Author
Julian More
format
Paperback / softback
Publisher
Pavilion Books
Language
English
UK Publication Date
19920423

The River Seine winds it way through nearly 500 miles of peaceful countryside, bisecting Troyes, Paris and Rouen en route for Le Havre on the English Channel. It is a river with a great wealth of artistic and historical associations which this book aims to capture through the collaborative skills of Julian and Care More, a father-and-daughter team whose previous books include "Views From a French Farmhouse" and "A Taste of Provence".;Carey More depicts the many moods and faces of the Seine as it is today, from its bucolic Burgundian beginnings to its Parisian pomp and its broad Norman reaches. Her photographs range from romantic, dilapidated chateaux to the formal splendour of Francois I's palace at Fontainebleau, and the placid prism of Monet's water-garden at Giverny.;Intermingling past and present, Julian More's text recalls the writers and warriors, the artists and artisans, whose lives have been played out along the valley of the Seine.

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Type
BOOK
Edition
New Edition
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
160

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