Van Gogh and Nature (2015)


ISBN: 9780300210293
Artist(s): Van Gogh
Author(s): Richard Kendall (Author), Sjraar Van Heugten (Author), Chris Stolwijk (Author)
Format: hardback
Edition: First Edition
Year published: 2015
Publisher: Yale University Press
Total Pages: 236
Illustrations: Profusely illustrated

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A revelatory study of the importance of nature in Van Gogh’s art throughout his life in Holland and France

The celebrated painter Vincent van Gogh (1853–1890) had a lifelong fascination with the natural world. He spent his youth in rural Holland, and the country’s flat landscapes, trees, flowers, and birds would feature in his early art. After he moved to Paris, he encountered new radical thinking about art and humanity’s changing relationship with nature. Later, in Provence and Auvers, he discovered unfamiliar terrain, flora, and fauna that further influenced his artistic ideas and subject matter. Van Gogh’s images of such diverse environments reflect not only his immediate surroundings but also the artist’s evolving engagement with nature and art.

Condition: Near fine


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