Van Gogh: in 50 works
A captivating and highly illustrated introduction to Vincent Van Gogh, told through 50 major works.
This new book presents all you need to know about Vincent Van Gogh’s turbulent and prolific creative life, featuring fifty works from the world’s leading art collections and museums.
Art historian John Cauman analyses the career and works of, arguably, the best-known artist in the world today. A detailed introduction examines Van Gogh’s development as an artist and explores the themes, methods and driving forces behind his extraordinary paintings and drawings, as well as his relationships with his brother Theo and fellow artists. The book includes both major paintings and lesser-known sketches and artworks.
The latest digital technology has been used to ensure that the reproductions are as faithful to the original works as possible. For all art lovers and students interested in Post-Impressionism and 19th-century art, Van Gogh in 50 Works provides a dazzling recreation of the viewing experience.
Among the fifty paintings featured, the book includes The Potato Eaters (1885), Père Tanguy (1887), Self-Portrait in Front of the Easel (1888), Sunflowers (1888), Café Terrace at Night (1888), Bedroom in Arles (1888), Van Gogh’s Chair (1888), Portrait of Joseph Roulin (1889), Irises (1889), The Starry Night (1889) and Wheatfield with Crows (1890).