When, in 1868, Japan opens up to trade and links with the West, a new type of art is revealed. The Japanese see and create things differently: new lines, shapes and techniques. Monet and Van Gogh collect Japanese objects and prints. Claude Monet has a Japanese bridge built in his garden. Bing, the art dealer, publishes a review, Art of Japan and Van Gogh copies its illustrations. This educational and fun book is a perfect introduction to the influence of Japanese art on the Impressionists, with many pictures based on their paintings to colour in.

The Impressionists' Japan from Monet to Van Gogh

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