All of these eCoupons exclude Tesco Partners. Please enter the eCoupon code at the Tesco direct checkout to qualify. These eCoupons are only valid until 02/07/14. Orders must be placed by the stated end date to qualify. eCoupons can be used online at the Tesco direct checkout by entering the eCoupon code. These eCoupons are valid online only. Each eCoupon code can only be used once per customer. eCoupon codes starting TDX cannot be used with any other eCoupon code. All products are subject to availability and if stocked online. These eCoupons are, and shall remain the property of Tesco Stores Ltd and are not for re-sale or publication. We reserve the right to withdraw any of these eCoupons at any time before the published end date. Delivery costs are excluded from the minimum spend values.
No other group of artists has had such an impact on art in the last 200 years nor had works that, in recent years, have reached figures into the upper tens of millions of dollars. The Treasures of the Impressionists looks at the journeys and the struggle that the Impressionists endured to establish themselves as creditable performers on the world stage and gain the acknowledgement from both critics and public alike. Containing major works by artists such as Monet, Manet, Renoir, Sisley, Degas, Pissarro and Cezanne, the books explains what influenced this band of painters, how they struggled against the establishment and how they changed the face of art forever.
Jon Kear is Head of History and Theory of Art at the University of Kent. He obtained his doctorate from the Courtauld Institute and is on the editorial board of Art on Line . He is also on the steering committee of ACUME's Cultural Thematic Network, which is based at the University of Bologna. He is the author of numerous articles and a contributor to various publications, such as The Oxford Companion to Western Art and is the author of Sunless: Time and History in the Work of Chris Marker (1999).