New York: Simon and Schuster, 1989.
Quarto (27.75 x 22 cm.), 191,  pages. FIRST EDITION. Photographs by Jean-Bernard Naudin with historic photos throughout. Historical cookery book featuring one hundred fifty-eight recipes based on impressionist Claude Monet's journals. Introductory text explores food of the era and Monet's lifestyle in Giverny, France. Fine, in publisher's blue cloth. Dust jacket, unclipped, with slight bump at foot of spine, otherwise fine. With the ownership signature of cookery collector and Francophile, Marlene Andrews-Gilboy to the free front endpaper.