Renoir's Table, Jean-Bernard naudin, Jean Michel Charbonnier & Jacqueline Saulnier
The Art of Living and Dining with One of the World's Greatest Impressionist Painters
A stunning evocation of the artist's Joie de vivre, with more than sixty delicious recipes and 140 glorious photographs.
You will visit cafés along the Seine, grand restaurants in the company of society hostesses, dining rooms of influential art dealers, and Renoir's own kitchen, presided over by his wife, Aline, and hisfaithful cook, 'Old Louise'.
Renoir's Table takes you on a culinary tour of nineteenth-century France, from Renoir's earlier life in Paris to his later years in the idyllic countryside homes at Essoyes and Cagnes.
Renoir's Table, Jean-Bernard naudin, Jean Michel Charbonnier & Jacqueline Saulnier, good copy
Simon & Schuster, 1994, hardcover with dust jacket, 27,6 x 22,0 x 2,3 cm, 192 pages
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