MILLET TILLED THE SOIL by

MILLET TILLED THE SOIL

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Another in the series of books about famous artists. This begins when Millet was a Norman peasant lad of six and ends at the time of his greatest achievement as an artist. Ten reproductions of his best known works -- The Angelus, The Gleaners, etc. -- in addition to attractive color illustrations heighten the value of this brief factual life.

Publisher: Dutton