Van Gogh - The Complete Paintings

Van Gogh - The Complete Paintings

Considered a founding father of modern painting, Vincent van Gogh is also one of the most famed tragic figures in art history. This comprehensive introduction brings together a detailed account of the artist's life with a complete catalog of his 871 paintings.

Van Gogh

The Complete Paintings

Van Gogh


Vincent van Gogh

the complete paintings

Vincent van Gogh


Van Gogh. the Complete Paintings

Van Gogh. the Complete Paintings

Meet Vincent van Gogh, the tortured genius of 19th-century art. This lush tome collects all his 871 paintings, alongside writings and essays, charting the life and work of a master who continues to tower over art to this day. From Sunflowers and The Starry Night to Self-Portrait with Bandaged Ear, celebrate an artist uniquely dexterous in the representation of texture and mood, light and place.

Vincent Van Gogh: The Years in France

Complete Paintings 1886-1890

Vincent Van Gogh: The Years in France

Presented here is a comprehensive list of Van Gogh’s paintings executed between 1886 and 1890 in Paris, Arles, Saint-Rémy and Auvers-sur-Oise. The works are reproduced in full colour and appear in related scale to their original size. All owners are registered, beginning with Theo van Gogh or receivers of gifts, and ending with the present owners, if known and willing to be mentioned. For the first time the paintings recorded in early documents like the ‘Andries Bonger Inventory List’ of 1890 and the 1905 Amsterdam Exhibition are completely identified. The book is a contribution to a future catalogue raisonné of Vincent van Gogh’s work and includes a wealth of new information of crucial importance to collectors, dealers, art historians and public institutions.

Vincent Van Gogh

The Years in France: Complete Paintings 1886-1890

Vincent Van Gogh

Presented here is a comprehensive list of Van Gogh's paintings executed between 1886 and 1890 in Paris, Arles, Saint-Rémy and Auvers-sur-Oise. The works are reproduced in full color and appear in related scale to their original size. All owners are registered, beginning with Theo van Gogh or receivers of gifts, and ending with the present owners, if known and willing to be mentioned. For the first time the paintings recorded in early documents like the 'Andries Bonger Inventory List' of 1890 and the 1905 Amsterdam Exhibition are completely identified. The book is a contribution to a future catalogue raisonné of Vincent van Gogh's work and includes a wealth of new information of crucial importance to collectors, dealers, art historians and public institutions.