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The Private Lives of the Impressionists
Starving, radical years in The Private Lives of the Impressionists
A rather shallow look at the Impressionist movement, but not enough to really satisfy with a focus on the depressing. One of the great benefits of living where I do is the opportunity to take in great art. A reasonably...
Pros: Compelling story, lots of scandal and gossip, if you like that sort of thing.
Cons: Very sketchy, no real depth, tedious in spots.
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