Van Gogh: Colours of the North, Colours

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Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) discovered Eugene Delacroix's theories of color in Nuenen, in the Brabant, where he worked from 1883 to 1885. His work began to truly evolve in Paris, where he continued to study the work of Delacroix and the Impressionists. This publication provides a historical overview of van Gogh's development as a colorist and his influences, including his brief friendship with Paul Gauguin.
ISBN 9782330031145. Van Gogh Foundation / Actes Sud.
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Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) discovered Eugene Delacroix's theories of color in Nuenen, in the Brabant, where he worked from 1883 to 1885. His work began to truly evolve in Paris, where he continued to study the work of Delacroix and the Impressionists. This publication provides a historical overview of van Gogh's development as a colorist and his influences, including his brief friendship with Paul Gauguin.
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    Van Gogh Foundation / Actes Sud
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    22 x 29.5cm, 128 pages / 82 color.
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