THE HISTORY OF IMPRESSIONISM

Revised and Enlarged Edition BY JOHN REWALD

THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, NEW YORK

Distributed by Doubleday & Company, Inc., Garden City, New York

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  • Contents 5
  • Introduction 7
  • I - 1855-1859 13
  • Notes 35
  • II - 1859-1861 37
  • Notes 66
  • III - 1862-1863 69
  • Notes 91
  • IV - 1864-1866 93
  • Notes 136
  • V - 1866-1868 139
  • Notes 193
  • VI - 1869-1870 197
  • Notes 236
  • VII - 1870-1871 239
  • Notes 268
  • VIII - 1872-1873 271
  • Notes 307
  • IX - 1873-1874 309
  • Notes 339
  • X - 1874-1877 341
  • Notes 395
  • XI - 1877-1879 399
  • Notes 435
  • XII - 1880-1883 439
  • Notes 479
  • XIII - 1883-1885 481
  • Notes 519
  • XIV - 1886 521
  • Notes 544
  • XV - The Years after 1886 547
  • Notes 588
  • Sources of Illustrations 590
  • List of Participants in the Various Group Shows 591
  • Bibliography 608
  • Index 645
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