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American Impressionist Lilla Cabot Perrys In the Bohmerwald not only captures the dappled sunshine of the Bohemian forest after which it is named, but also reflects the painting style she learned in Giverny, France. Having first experienced marriage and motherhood, Perry did not begin formal artistic training until age 36. When her husbands career took them to Paris, she discovered the work of the Impressionists. Moving to Giverny, she was the rare visiting artist to attract the attention and advice of French Impressionist Claude Monet. Return visits to America helped secure her reputation as an emerging artist. In 1893, she...
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