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Like Claude Monet's famous outdoor landscapes in Giverny, the paintings in this book they are considered the most beloved ofthe work ofJoaquín Sorolla (1863-1923) and actas a window inthe Spanish painter's search to capture the essence of a garden. Described by Monet as "the master oflight," Sorolla and his landscapes, formal portraits, and canvases with historical themes were repeatedly compared to the work of contemporary American painter John Singer Sargent. Sorolla had achieved not oriety on both sides of the Atlantic for the great scenes of Spanish life when he began a personal series of gardening works, presented, for the first time in its entirety, in this publication.