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Linnéa im Garten des Malers

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Product description

Linnea leaves for Paris. But not because of the Eiffel Tower. No, she visited with her ​​boyfriend, the gardener Blümle, the garden of the painter Claude Monet. There, the unique water lilies pictures that have made ​​the impressionist artist famous emerged. Linnea learns everything about Monet's life, his family and learns the way of life in Paris.

Linnea fährt nach Paris. Aber nicht wegen des Eiffelturms. Nein, sie besucht mit ihrem Freund, dem Gärtner Blümle, den Garten des Malers Claude Monet. Dort entstanden die einzigartigen Seerosenbilder, die den impressionistischen Künstler weltberühmt gemacht haben. Linnea erfährt alles über Monets Leben, über seine Familie und lernt nebenbei ein bisschen von Paris kennen.

Written in German. Published in 1985. The book is in very good condition and superbly illustrated. Part on the Linnea series of books.

Of interest to those wishing to talk about art with young people.


Item details

Author(s):
Bertelsmann, C.
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0

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Linnea leaves for Paris. But not because of the Eiffel Tower. No, she visited with her ​​boyfriend, the gardener Blümle, the garden of the painter Claude Monet. There, the unique water lilies pictures that have made ​​the impressionist artist famous emerged. Linnea learns everything about Monet's life, his family and learns the way of life in Paris.

Linnea fährt nach Paris. Aber nicht wegen des Eiffelturms. Nein, sie besucht mit ihrem Freund, dem Gärtner Blümle, den Garten des Malers Claude Monet. Dort entstanden die einzigartigen Seerosenbilder, die den impressionistischen Künstler weltberühmt gemacht haben. Linnea erfährt alles über Monets Leben, über seine Familie und lernt nebenbei ein bisschen von Paris kennen.

Written in German. Published in 1985. The book is in very good condition and superbly illustrated. Part on the Linnea series of books.

Of interest to those wishing to talk about art with young people.


Author(s):
Bertelsmann, C.
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0

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