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Vincent Van Gogh : Masterworks : Masterworks - Rosalind Ormiston

Vincent Van Gogh : Masterworks

Masterworks

Hardcover Published: 29th November 2018
ISBN: 9781787552319
Number Of Pages: 192

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A gorgeous new edition with the cover printed on silver. Vincent van Gogh is considered one of the world's greatest painters, his work having had a huge and far-reaching influence on 20th-century art as well as remaining visually and emotionally powerful to this day.

We all know of Van Gogh's troubled genius, but now through his letters to his brother Theo, as discussed in this beautifully illustrated and fascinating giftbook, you will 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.

The book features 150 illustrations.

About the Author

Rosalind Ormiston is a researcher, lecturer and author in art, architecture and design history. She lectures in art and architectural history at Kingston University, London. Her recent publications include Colour Source Book, Alphonse Mucha: Masterworks, Art Deco: The Golden Age of Graphic Art and Illustration; Michelangelo: His Life and Works in 500 Images and Leonardo da Vinci: His Life and Works in 500 Images.

ISBN: 9781787552319
ISBN-10: 1787552314
Series: Masterworks
Audience: General
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 192
Published: 29th November 2018
Publisher: Flame Tree Publishing
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 27.9 x 28.9  x 2.5
Weight (kg): 1700.0
Edition Type: New edition

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