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By Cogeval, Guy; Bakker, Nienke
Shows how the shadowy domain of prostitution played a central role in the development of modern painting. This title demonstrates how the works of art are intrinsically bound to the literary works of the period, in which Balzac, Baudelaire, and Zola negotiated parallel questions ...of presentation and representation, reverie and reality.Read more
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Edited by Bakker, Nienke; Jansen, Leo; Luijten, Hans
An illustrated selection of Van Gogh's letters, forming an extraordinary window into the life and creative thinking of one of the world's most iconic artists.
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By Bakker, Nienke; Jansen, Leo
Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) is one of the greatest figures in Western art. This work is illustrated with works of art and letters that demonstrate Van Goghs abiding preoccupations - the role of colour in painting, and the cycles of nature and friendship. It also explores the cor...respondence as a self-portrait of the artist and the man.Read more
Edited by Bomford, David; Contributions by Bakker, Nienke; Suijver, Renske; Cohen Tervaert, Renske; Aurisch, Helga K.
A magnificently illustrated overview of Van Gogh's life, legacy, and art, from early drawings through later, iconic paintings
Edited by Kelly, Simon; van Dijk, Maite; Contributions by Bakker, Nienke; Yoder, Abigail
An insightful overview of how Millet influenced and inspired many modernist artists that followed him
By Gogh, Vincent van; Edited by Jansen, Leo; Luijten, Hans; Bakker, Nienke
In addition to his many remarkable paintings and drawings, Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) left behind a fascinating and voluminous body of correspondence. This book includes a broad selection of 265 letters, from a total of 820 in existence, that focus on Van Gogh's relentless ques...t to find his destiny.Read more
By Bakker, Nienke; Hendriks, Ella
Explores the history behind the painting and what special significance the sunflower held for Van Gogh
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