Vincent Van Gogh (Hardcover)

A Portrait of His Life and Work

By Cornelia Homburg

Andre Deutsch, 9780233005751, 176pp.

Publication Date: August 6, 2019

List Price: 35.00*
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This beautifully illustrated, meticulously researched book is a must-have for admirers of Van Gogh's work.

Vincent Van Gogh is famous as much for his tortured life as for his remarkable paintings. This large, beautiful book offers unique insight into the solitary genius--from his difficult childhood to his inspiring artistic struggles to his mental decline and tragic suicide. It follows the path from his early attempts to forge a career, to the inspiration he found in the Paris of the late 1880s, to the sunlight of Provence with its fierce blues and yellows, and his final days in the village of Auvers-sur-Oise. Gloriously illustrated with such classics as the radiant versions of his favorite sunflowers, "Starry Night," "La Berceuse," and his many self-portraits, and including such documents such as his private letters, Vincent van Gogh brings the artist's world to life as never before.
Reissue of The Treasures of Vincent van Gogh in a new format

About the Author

Cornelia Homburg studied art history in Germany, the US, and the Netherlands, receiving her MA from the University of Chicago and her PhD from the University of Amsterdam. A former Curator at the Washington University Gallery of Art in St Louis, USA, since 2003 she has worked as an independent art historian. She lives in France.