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Face to Face with Vincent van Gogh

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Where did Vincent van Gogh live and work? What did he think about life and art? Who were his friends? And what happened when he became ill? 
Following the moving story of Vincent's life this book introduces the most famous paintings in the Van Gogh Museum: from the dark and powerful Potato Eaters to colourful masterpieces such as The Yellow House and Almond Blossom. It also relates the extraordinary history of the museum's collection, a collection that has enabled the Van Gogh Museum to evolve into a world-renowned centre of knowledge about Van Gogh's work and the art of his time.

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Author(s):
Van Gogh Museum
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
170 mm x 210 mm
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-13:
8715648314670
Number of pages:
95
Publisher:
Van Gogh Museum Publications

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Where did Vincent van Gogh live and work? What did he think about life and art? Who were his friends? And what happened when he became ill? 
Following the moving story of Vincent's life this book introduces the most famous paintings in the Van Gogh Museum: from the dark and powerful Potato Eaters to colourful masterpieces such as The Yellow House and Almond Blossom. It also relates the extraordinary history of the museum's collection, a collection that has enabled the Van Gogh Museum to evolve into a world-renowned centre of knowledge about Van Gogh's work and the art of his time.

Author(s):
Van Gogh Museum
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
170 mm x 210 mm
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-13:
8715648314670
Number of pages:
95
Publisher:
Van Gogh Museum Publications

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