Van Gogh

Melissa McQuillan

Van Gogh, the painter whose work was one of the major inspirations for twentieth-century art, is given a fresh and thorough appraisal in this comprehensive new study. Placing the artist in the context of his time, Melissa McQuillan looks at the influences on his life and work and discusses his paintings in depth. The author argues that Van Gogh's works were products of his deliberate engagement with contemporary artistic questions and of his experience as an art dealer. His subsequent reputation, the mythology that grew up after his death, the debates between naturalism and modernity and the social implications of Van Gogh's imagery are studied in full in this lucid account of an artist who sold only one painting during his lifetime but whose works now command the highest prices in the world. 168 illus., 25 in color.

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書名 Van Gogh
著作者等 Gogh, Vincent van
McQuillan, Melissa A.
McQuillan Melissa
シリーズ名 World of art
出版元 Thames and Hudson
刊行年月 c1989
ページ数 216 p.
大きさ 21 cm
ISBN 050020232X
NCID BA20333451
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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