Quebec: Musee National des Beaux-Arts du Quebec, 2005. Hardcover. Black binding with white lettering on spine. Glossy illustrated dust jacket. 383 pp, profusely illustrated in mostly color and some B&W. VG+/VG+, some shelf wear on edges, otherwise very clean and tight. Item #178218
"Focuses on the relationship between two headstrong artists who worked in close collaboration for a while but then parted, leading to misfortune for both of them, but for Camille in particular. Camille subsequently tried to carve out a path of her own, through her 'sketches from nature' -- scences of daily life captured as they happened -- while Rodin created the work that he himself described as the 'linchpin of his aesthetic,' Balzac (1898)" --from publisher.
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