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  • By Jerry Gryniewicz
    Sep 18, 2009
    "Re: HARD COVER WAY OVER PRICED " Dear Elizabeth Howard, thank you for your review of my book, A Vermont Giverny Garden. I respect your opinion and am sorry you feel my book is overpriced. Please contact me at so that we can make arrangements for you to return the book to me along with your receipt and I will personally refund your money. I simply do not want to have an unsatisfied customer. Sincerely, Jerry Gryniewicz
  • By Bruce Davenport III
    Aug 21, 2009
    "A Must Have" If you should want your coffee table to invite a conversation of art, gardening and maybe the best things in life, you can not go wrong by doing like I, placing this wonderful work of art upon its wooden surface and letting the magic begin. I highly recommend this book of artwork.
    Jul 6, 2009
    "HARD COVER WAY OVER PRICED " Each element of these photos pushes the boundaries of "impressionist" digital pixel transition, and it is cool for the coffee table, a long with the newspaper and ash tray. Now, if only in paperback.
  • By Teri Niles
    Jun 19, 2009
    "Love This Book" Sorry, no long justifying explanations--I simply just love this book.
  • By Kiyoko Matsui
    Oct 16, 2008
    "Coffee Table Book?" Does anyone really keep books on their coffee table anymore? I don’t! I have this wonderful book of artwork on my black baby grand. On a more serious note, my circle of friends, are as opinionated as any uptown critic here in The City and they have only said good things about this book. But then again it is the only book on my piano. Would I purchase this book again? Does a lady like diamonds? The answer is the same. Kiyo
  • By Debbie Lacroix
    May 2, 2008
    "WONDERFUL BOOK" I would say a good portion of the artwork leans toward a Modern Impressionist feel except for Flower Guardians of Stormy Meadow (my favorite). It looks as if Claude Monet’s style is alive and well. Impressionism at it’s best! For the more modern look my favorite is Sun Catcher. The phantom of the opera like face in the sky looking from behind the sunflowers is clever and imaginative. All in all I like this book. I do not regret having given this artist a chance.
  • By Martha Dean
    May 21, 2007
    "This young man's book" At my age I don't like fiddling with these review things but this young man's book is so beautiful I just had to say so. I was pleasantly surprized at the quality of this book. Maybe I should not talk like this because I had already seen the artwork of this New England artist--shame on me to expect less because it was a book.
  • By Marty Rice
    Mar 28, 2007
    "Re: HARD COVER WAY OVER PRICED " Overpriced? I didn't think so. I recently won my bid on a football jersey and I paid $145.00 for it and had no problem with that. So I don’t think my wife will have an issue that I paid $29.95 for a book of artwork that she likes. Have you purchased anything lately Elizabeth? Shish last Sunday my buddy and I took a cab home from the Meadowlands to my home about 12 miles away and we paid $55.00 and while I was at the game I had three beers at $5.30 each so what is your point?
  • By Sonja Madison
    Sep 15, 2006
    "Worth Every Penny!" I discovered this artist while on vacation last summer in Vermont and was so taken by his computer paintings that I have three in my home. The colors in Sun Catcher brightens my living room so much that various friends have thought I had recently repainted the walls. The other two pieces of equal awe came out after this book was published. Nonetheless, I appreciate that this book is in a hardcover because (even though nothing wrong with it) I do not purchase paperback when it comes to books I display. This book, even though is not sold in the front windows of Barns and Nobel, based on its quality and contents should be. This is not just another coffee table book it truly is a piece of art. If you are wondering whether or not to purchase this book, I suggest you keep in mind that this artist is fast becoming known in New England and this is his first book—besides the fact that the Modern Impressionist art inside is wonderful. Also, if it is true that... More > you get what you pay for then this book is worth every penny!< Less
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Product Details

First Edition
Chateaux Gaillard Publishing
August 22, 2006
Hardcover (casewrap)
Interior Ink
Full color
0.66 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
8.25 wide x 10.75 tall
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