The first half of this fascinating new book contains a detailed exploration of van Gogh's life, including his background, early career, influences and relationships.
Author: Michael Howard
Vincent van Gogh produced over 2000 works of art during his short career, but did not achieve fame as an artist until after his death. He led a troubled life, dealing with commercial failure, difficult personal relationships and eventually mental illness, culminating in his suicide in 1890. He made little money from his art during his lifetime, but his paintings are now some of the best-known and most expensive works in the world. The first half of this fascinating new book contains a detailed exploration of van Gogh's life, including his background, early career, influences and relationships. Beginning with his birth in the Netherlands in 1853, it details his childhood, family life, education and work-life before he began painting in 1880. Initially influenced by the Impressionist artists whose work he encountered during his time in Paris, van Gogh played a huge role in shaping the development of modern art, as an early pioneer of what came to be known as Expressionism. His influences and achievements are explained clearly and comprehensively with informative and attractive illustrations throughout. The second half of the book comprises a beautifully illustrated and comprehensive gallery, presenting over 280 full colour representations of his significant works, from his early sketches and paintings to the hugely famous Sunflowers, Irises and The Starry Night. These superb reproductions are accompanied by thorough analysis of each painting and its significance within the context of van Gogh's life, his technique and his body of work as a whole. This comprehensive new book is an essential volume for anyone who wants to learn more about this intriguing artist, and to survey their greatest works in one beautfully illustrated collection.
Presenting Van Gogh's letters to his brother Theo, this book lets you discover the true depth of the artist's thoughts, beliefs, ambitions and his struggle with his mental illness.
Author: Rosalind Ormiston
Vincent van Gogh is considered one of the world's greatest painters. Presenting Van Gogh's letters to his brother Theo, this book lets you discover the true depth of the artist's thoughts, beliefs, ambitions and his struggle with his mental illness.
Containing translations of some of the most revealing letters and insightful commentary, alongside photographs of the letters themselves and his best-loved artworks, this is a real treat.
Author: Rosalind Ormiston
Vincent van Gogh is considered one of the world's greatest painters. His work had a huge influence on 20th-century art and remains visually powerful to this day. With translations of some of the most revealing letters and insightful commentary, alongside photographs of the letters themselves and his best-loved artworks, this is a real treat.
Just as he did in the case of Millet, as will be seen, Van Gogh associated the life
and artistic work of Lhermitte with the hard, honest truth he felt was embodied in
the humble rural workers featured in such images. ... paint, it's masterly' .59
The significance of the theme of the digger to Van Gogh needs to be emphasised
because it was one of the most frequently recurring images in his oeuvre.60 The
Author: Sjraar van Heugten
Publisher: Princeton University Press
A new look at the ways van Gogh represented the seasons and the natural world throughout his career The changing seasons captivated Vincent van Gogh (1853–90), who saw in their unending cycle the majesty of nature and the existence of a higher force. Van Gogh and the Seasons is the first book to explore this central aspect of van Gogh's life and work. Van Gogh often linked the seasons to rural life and labor as men and women worked the land throughout the year. From his depictions of peasants and sowers to winter gardens, riverbanks, orchards, and harvests, he painted scenes that richly evoke the sensory pleasures and deprivations particular to each season. This stunning book brings to life the locales that defined his tumultuous career, from Arles, where he experienced his most crucial period of creativity, to Auvers-sur-Oise, where he committed suicide. It looks at van Gogh's interpretation of nature, the religious implications of the seasons in his time, and how his art was perceived against the backdrop of various symbolist factions, antimaterialist debates, and esoteric beliefs in fin de siècle Paris. The book also features revealing extracts from the artist's correspondence and artworks from his own collection that provide essential context to the themes in his work. Breathtakingly illustrated and featuring informative essays by Sjraar van Heugten, Joan Greer, and Ted Gott, Van Gogh and the Seasons shines new light on the extraordinary creative vision of one of the world's most beloved artists.
Author: James Ottar GrundvigPublish On: 2016-10-04
In this regard the three exhibitions of works by Van Gogh organized by the
Rotterdam Oldenzeel gallery in January, May ... Woman”] for 500 guilder.205 In
1905, Johanna exhibited 474 works from the van Gogh estate— paintings,
drawings, ... In fact, he would create just one more of his own paintings in the rest
of his life.
Author: James Ottar Grundvig
Category: True Crime
In Breaking van Gogh, James Grundvig investigates the history and authenticity of van Gogh’s iconic Wheat Field with Cypresses, currently on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. Relying on a vast array of techniques from the study of the painter’s biography and personal correspondence to the examination of the painting’s style and technical characteristics, Grundvig proves that “the most expensive purchase” housed in the Met is a fake. The Wheat Field with Cypresses is traditionally considered to date to the time of van Gogh’s stay in the Saint-Rémy mental asylum, where the artist produced many of his masterpieces. After his suicide, these paintings languished for a decade, until his sister-in-law took them to a family friend for restoration. The restorer had other ideas. In the course of his investigation, Grundvig traces the incredible story of this piece from the artist’s brushstrokes in sunlit southern France to a forger’s den in Paris, the art collections of a prominent Jewish banking family and a Nazi-sympathizing Swiss arms dealer, and finally the walls of the Met. The riveting narrative weaves its way through the turbulent history of twentieth-century Europe, as the painting’s fate is intimately bound with some of its major players.
Van Gogh involved Russell in his schemes for Gauguin, knowing that Russell
was a buyer on his own and others' behalf. At the back of his mind, Russell was
still considering building up a collection of works for the art gallery in Sydney, but
he ... in December 1887, Russell listed the works he had purchased on his behalf
: 'J. Rabache 44fr; A Cesbron 500francs; ... The two years the brothers had lived
together and during which Van Gogh had almost taken over Theo's life seemed
Author: Ann Galbally
Publisher: The Miegunyah Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
A huddle of wooden sheds in a courtyard off the Boulevard Montmartre known as Cormon's atelier was where the handsome art student from Sydney, John Peter Russell, first met the haunted, intense newcomer from Holland, Vincent van Gogh. Both were foreigners in the competitive art world of Paris in the 1880s, and over the next two years both would discover a passion for colour painting. Now, for the first time, Ann Galbally traces the passage of this extraordinary and unlikely friendship. The two spent hours together in a Paris studio experimenting with the fast-moving changes in art practice. Both artists ultimately rejected the Impressionist's world of urban sophistication and left Paris to develop colour painting in isolation, Van Gogh at Arles in Provence, and Russell on Belle Ile off the coast of Brittany. With a supporting cast including Gauguin, Rodin, Monet and Matisse this is a journey through the struggles and failures, plots and intrigues of artistic life. A tale of love found and lost and ultimate tragedy, it makes for enthralling reading.
Nonetheless, as Van Gogh biographer David Sweetman writes, “our image of the
place has been . . . heavily conditioned by ... to Arles for its role in Van Gogh's life,
although none of them contains his works, which are now too prohibitively priced
for small-town foundations. ... Below ground level lies the Cryptoporticus, a 300-
by-500-foot cellar used as a granary 2,000 years ago, as well as a portion of the ...
Author: Trudy Ring
First published in 1996. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
framed a section of a 500 Capp - type glazed wall - hints at a private narrative
Ireland remembered or imagined . Alien yet recognizable , Ireland designed and
sited in the middle of the main gallery a half - sized abstraction resembling 65
Capp Street . ... Van Gogh ' s painful life , starting with his early search for and
travel to find meaningful service , followed by a short ... Storr selected thirty works
by thirty artists , including Jasper Johns , Claes Oldenburg , Sol LeWitt , and
David Ireland ...
Author: Betty Klausner
"Sculptor, architect, installation artist, urban archeologist... David Ireland, born in 1930, is impossible to label. Mid-life, he decided to pursue his passion for art, and produced a body of work so idiosyncratic that it defies definition. Like his life, his working methodology is paradoxical, absurd, ironic, and uniquely enriched by humor and humanity. The result of some eighty interviews with this American artist and his friends, family, collaborators, and art world colleagues, Touching Time and Space offers a portrait of a deeply private but unfailingly generous iconoclast. His art practice, teaching and wry philosophy have profoundly affected many. Beginning with a description of the radical transformation of his home - the legendary 500 Capp Street in San Francisco - author Betty Klausner provides a narrative that illuminates Ireland's process, work, and life."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
The Works of Vincent van Gogh: His Paintings and Drawings. New York, 1970 ...
The author of the present volume has made emendations to the following letters:
LT490, LT497, LT500, LT501, LT502, LT531, LT548, LT561, LT563, LT581, B15.
Author: Vincent van Gogh
Publisher: Metropolitan Museum of Art
Category: Arles (France)
Studie over het werk dat de Nederlandse schilder (1853-1890) gedurende vijftien maanden in de Zuidfranse stad vervaardigde.
This beautiful new book revels in the scenes of Tahiti, the sunlit bodies, the shapes and styles of the South Pacific each of which have secured him a unique place in the history of art.
Author: Flame Tree Studio
Publisher: Masterpieces of Art
Gauguin began his artistic life as an Impressionist in Paris, but yearning for a wider world view he experimented with decorative art and bright colours to create what some have termed Symbolism. He painted briefly with Van Gogh but was strongly drawn by the "otherness" of the South Pacific to which he travelled frequently, and finally settled far away from his origins and early influences to create a unique and intensely personal body of work. This beautiful new book revels in the scenes of Tahiti, the sunlit bodies, the shapes and styles of the South Pacific each of which have secured him a unique place in the history of art.
Largely on the basis of the works of the last three years of his life, van Gogh is
generally held to have been one of the greatest ... Everything in van Gogh's pictures seems to be pulsating with life. ... Gogo live in an area characterized by
erratic rainfall (20 inches [500 millimetres) or less annually), periodic drought,
floods, and ...
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This encyclopedia includes a two-volume index, a 12-volume Micropaedia (Ready reference), a 17-volume Macropaedia (Knowledge in depth), and the Propaedia.
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profited more from the study of works by Delacroix , Monticelli ... During the last
three years of his life van Gogh ' s style reached full maturity . ... Otterlo ) ; The
Chair and the Pipe ( 1888 – 1889 ; Tate Gallery , London ) ; The Olive Grove (
1889 ; Nelson - Atkins Museum of Art , Kansas City , Mo . ) ... Van Gogh , Vincent
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... a ( relatively ) cool 85°C . Without the cooling system , its temperature would
rapidly exceed 1 , 500°C , causing it to melt . ... But when the image analysis was
repeated at a greater level of detail , the Wacker forgery was shown to be
different . ... paintings known not to be by Van Gogh , though it also classified two
of his works as having been painted by someone ... known unquestionably to be
by Van Gogh and because they represented different periods of his life , during
which his ...
7 Anthon van Rappard : Companion & Correspondent of Vincent van Gogh : His Life & All His Works ( exh . cat . ) ... Renouard had been a student of Pils , and
collaborated with his teacher on the ceilings of the Opéra in 1875 . ... painting by
the Norwegian naturalist Sven Jorgensen : Out of Work , of 1888 , Oslo , National Gallery , is clearly derived from Sans Travail . ... 14 Van Gogh , Letters , I ( 250 ) , 500 .