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Van Gogh and Nature

Van Gogh painted his still life of irises in the psychiatric hospital at Saint-Rémy in May 1890. The irises were originally purple, but the red pigment has since faded, turning them blue. The flowers are placed against a uniformly yellow background, making them stand out even more strongly.

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Van Gogh and Nature

Van Gogh and Nature

Van Gogh and Nature

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Van Gogh and Nature is an eye-opening catalogue that chronicles the artist's ongoing relationship with nature throughout his entire career. As a young man, Vincent van Gogh wrote that "painters understand nature and teach us to see." Much of his adult life was devoted to drawing and painting the natural world in all its forms, yet this fundamental aspect of his work has not been the focus of a major study. Van Gogh and Nature embraces this theme for the first time, a catalogue created for an exhibition held at the Clark Art Institute, curated by Richard Kendall.

Specs

Hardcover, 236 pages, with vivid color photography.

Article number:
321906
Brand:
Van Gogh Museum®
Length:
28 cm
Width:
25 cm
ISBN:
9780300210293

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