Roger Lane is a writer and photographer who travelled extensively throughout regions of France, photographing the landscapes of the French Impressionists. His work has appeared in FRANCE magazine and OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHY. Featured here are illustrated articles, taking the reader through the locations and landscapes which attracted Claude Monet and his fellow artists in search of ever-changing light. The Normandy coast, the Seine Valley, Vetheuil, Moret-sur-Loing and the Forest of Fontainbleau all have a story to tell as does Monet’s famous garden at Giverny where Roger Lane photographed the colour and reflections in his own impressionistic style.
This book will inspire any Francophile to journey into France with an open mind and an eye for the light and landscape of the impressionists.
It is with regret that I have decided to remove my self-published books through BLURB.
Unfortunately BLURB have significantly increased material and printing costs and this no longer renders the publications viable.
PDF versions are now available at a cost of £6 each and once payment is received via Paypal these will be sent to the purchaser via WeTransfer.
If you wish to order please email me and I will advise Paypal details